As you might know, JayData supports saving and querying related entities without joining the tables on foreign keys manually. If you haven’t tried it, start with JayData and relationship article.
This article will demonstrate the way to configure the name of ...
This feature is only available in JayData Pro version and works with local providers only.
You can download JayData Pro from jaystack.com after a simple registration. For commercial usage you can either evaluate it for 30 days for free or you ...
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).
As of v1.0.4, JayData supports embedded queries on WebSQL/SQLite provider. This allows you to form more complex selections, still only using clean JSLQ syntax. As additional advantage, you can avoid the need to handle additional asynchrony in your code, as ...
If you do not wish to use a central datastore, just persist data on the client itself for your application, JayData will come to your aid with the built-in SQLite / WebSQL or IndexedDb provider.
JayData is a cross-platform, cross-provider, cross-layer ...
Installation of JayData with NPM (Node Package Manager), A simple example application using the sqLite storage provider (sqLite3 node.js module needed), Demonstrating the final result.
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 ...
I am happy to announce that we again made a new release for the JayData library. Here are the offerings of the new release:
Using the Knockout.js module, your UI can be automatically refreshed when the data model changes, ...
This article covers the query capabilities aspects of JayData.
JayData models databases and tables as EntityContext and Entity types. To model a simple database you need to define its entities, and via the sets of entities you define the tables as ...