JayData 1.3.2 - Indian Summer Edition

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Released: Sep 23, 2013
Updated: Sep 23, 2013 by JayDataOrg
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Release Notes

JayData is a unified data access library for JavaScript to CRUD + Query data from different sources like WebAPI, OData, MongoDB, WebSQL, SQLite, HTML5 localStorage, Facebook or YQL. The library can be integrated with KendoUI, Angular.js, Knockout.js or Sencha Touch 2 and can be used on Node.js as well.

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KendoUI examples: JayData example site
Examples for map integration JayData example site

What's new in JayData 1.3.2 - Indian Summer Edition

For detailed release notes check the release notes.

Angular.js integration

Have you ever wondered how to use your favorite MVW framework with your favorite data manager library? We did - and provided you the Angular module for JayData! Blogpost coming soon...

New find() for OData provider

Now you can retrieve entities over OData without $filter - by addressing them by ID. The identifier can be number, string or guid, too.

northwind.Products.find(1).then(function(item) {
  console.log(item);
}); //Causes a network request with /Products(1)

northwind.Products.find('my-product-guid').then(function(item) {
  console.log(item);
});


You can use find() with composite keys:
northwind.Products.find({Id1: 11, Id2: 22).then(function(item) {
  console.log(item);
});

Fixes

  • mongoDB navigation field on not computed field
  • $data.initService() promise fail handler was missing
  • WebSQL/SQLite provider: length() returned wrong value when using include()
  • WebSQL/SQLite provider: No "AND" added in "ON" clauses when there are multiple keys.

Breaking changes

  • No breaking changes

Known issues

  • next() and prev() fails for IndexedDB Provider in dafault Android browser - take() and skip() is working fine

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