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Using JayData with Ruby on Rails and YQL

Author: Janos Roden June 21st, 2012

In this example you can learn how to use a custom Ruby on Rails data source with JayData, without the need to write an own provider. You can download this Rails and JayData projects and setup your local development environment. Ruby ...

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How to use JayData with OData function import

Author: Robert Bonay June 20th, 2012

Functions with IQueryable return value were supported in previous JayData versions, JayData 1.1.0 supports the following return values: Return value further querying primitives (int, string) no object known by the context no IQueryable<primitiveType> no IQueryable<knownType> yes ICollection<primitiveType> no ICollection<knownType> no Accessing service methods defined with WebGet attributes are supported, but methods implemented with WebInvoke aren’t. Server-side ...

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JayData 1.0.5 is here with authentication support and more

Author: Peter Aron Zentai June 6th, 2012

We are pleased to announce that we are releasing version 1.0.5 – the newest of our biweekly releases. It has new features and bug fixes, here are the highlights. You can get JayData 1.0.5 from http://jaydata.org/download or from http://jaydata.codeplex.com/releases/view/89056 New features Sencha ...

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How do we generate the API docs?

Author: Janos Roden June 1st, 2012

The documentation has two main requirements: It has to work with the Visual Studio IntelliSense while developing JayData The build process must be able to generate a HTML output VS11 supports the classic /// code comment in JavaScript, but there is ...

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