In the last few weeks, I have worked on the iOS version of a hybrid mobile application. It was an epub-based book reader we created for both Android and iOS, with support for rudimentary DRM and shoplike functions (ie. downloading ...
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.
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.
Example to use some()
Example to use every()
Note: this feature is limited to OData provider.
JayData seamlessly integrates into Sencha Touch 2 through the JayData Sencha module. You only have to modify the proxy on your Sencha data store to use the JayData proxy and define a queryable as the data source. Using remoteFilter, remoteSort ...
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
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).
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