Why JayStack OData v4 Server?
Usable as a standalone server, as an Express router, as a node.js stream or as a library
Easy data access with MongoDb, Microsoft SQL Server, MySQL and PostgreSQL using connectors
Async controller functions ...
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As JayData is an open-source library and anybody can join the dev-team, we encourage you to contribute to the project. The following short introduction will guide you through the steps to cooperate.
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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 ...
Follow these tutorials to get hands-on experience with JayData! We show the possible integration possibilities with many datasources and data services.
Learn how to use JayData in your applications with these code samples, covering the entire range of functionality ...
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For OData developers
We have already looked at how you can publish an OData service endpoint, now let's delve into using the amazing features of JayData and build Northwind product editor client with JayData and jQuery.
For HTML5 development
If you ...