In the brand new version of odata-v4-server (0.2.0) OData standard Type Definitions and Enums are now supported. Type Definitions are type aliases which are mapping your custom type implementations to standard OData Edm types. The best use case currently are MongoDB ObjectIDs. ...
Last time, we created a little example server to demonstrate computed properties. Now, we will extend that example with basic authentication using the popular Passport module and using the example server as an express.js router middleware.
First, we need to ...
There are numerous possibilities to configure JayData at global or provider level. Global settings can be accessed via $data.defaults. Here is a table with current defaults and possible values of settings in JayData 1.5.10.
OData provider: support for inherited types
Publish your OData endpoint with enherited types using ASP.NET WebAPI 2 and consume it with JayData 1.5.6. You can read and write inherited types, use include() and map() operators, entity.getType() returns the ...
OData v4.0 introduced the open type concept in order to manage dynamic properties in the payload without defining them in the EDM model.
Microsoft ASP.NET WebAPI 2.2 for OData v4.0 5.8.0
JayData 1.5.0 CTP
Thanks to our investors, we were able to get back to our product development track after long months of enterprise support and project-only focus. We achieved tons of results in a very short timeframe and we have tons of work ...
Best piece of news for us this year - JayStack receives massive investment to boost JayData product development and offer more premium services!
Be prepared, the next JayData release will arrive in November-December :)
I am super proud to announce the first version of the JayData library to support the OData V4 format – and a growing number of V4 features. You can check it out at http://odata-v4.azurewebsites.net/ to see it in action.
A downloadable ...
Read more at LightSwitch Help Website - Using JayData ...