UPDATE: this blogpost has been updated to use the latest version of JayData (1.1.1). The example project has been moved to a separate GitHub repo: https://github.com/jaydata/titanium-odata-client. Feel free to fork it and improve the app with your ideas.
As we are ...
Functions with IQueryable return value were supported in previous JayData versions, JayData 1.1.0 supports the following return values:
primitives (int, string)
object known by the context
Accessing service methods defined with WebGet attributes are supported, but methods implemented with WebInvoke aren’t.
1. Get JayData and jQuery and include in an html page. Whatever is the editor of your choice it’ll work (the beauty of the client side).
An RSS provider is a very simple use case to demonstrate how to implement a new custom provider and how to use the refactored model binder class. An RSS provider is read-only and not filterable or orderable. Just a plain ...
With the JayData Knockout.js module you can achieve fully dynamic queries. A dynamic query is a really useful and easy-to-use tool for you to develop HTML5 applications in no time.
Imagine a code where you have to only write queries once ...
One of the nicest and coolest new feature of JayData is the Knockoutjs integration module that comes with the latest JayData release, version 1.0.4. With this you can have templated lists and two way data-bound displays in a matter of ...
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