jQuery plugin MIX11 for N-tier online data applications
You can address the addition and removal of content, both in collective form and individual items for updating and/or marking them for future updates. The RIA/JS jQuery plugin offers a clear distinction between deletes addressed form the server side and those empowered at the client end. The automated data source not only obeys commands but also takes care of the marked events on the listing. With the help of the plugin, the shared validation achieved completely evades the need to include separate server and client side codes in the case of the same validation requirement. With the serialized RIA domain the same validation rules are accessible on both ends of the continuum.
Application flexibility with RIA/JS jQuery plugin
RIA/JS is being deployed for managing C#-authored (a-sync invocation) and is being considered as an option for cross-compiling from C# to Java. With granularity at $.dataSource the RIA/JS jQuery plugin is being considered as a flexible application. It also facilitates a number of edits within one transaction and as support to a programming model in .Net; it is able to pass a function for desired group edits, change track and change buffering. Java and jQuery users benefit from a data model with this well-designed programming model that works fantastically in sync with the RIA/JS control offerings.
jQuery data model for better site development
With the help of the jQuery data model, developers enjoy more choice and the ability to work with Wijmo, KnockOut.js etc, as UI allies. WCF RIA developers are now making the most of the end-to-end experience, like Windows AppFabric enthusiasts. The rostrum is being developed consistently for features to also meet the demands of the Silverlight clientele. Apps are given more flexibility (more than CUD), to invoke and keep operations updated with the help of newly integrated VS tooling. The n-tier pattern adds versatility to the deployment, management and monitoring of the rostrum.
OData offers support to build services for much larger applications like WCF Web API and WCF Data Services. The facility adds value to two data sources sharing the same entities. The shape of data ($.dataSource) can be efficiently controlled with appropriate metadata (primary and foreign). With a metadata which is ‘no-key’, the jQuery data model handles the exclusive data records, field values and empowerment in > 70k form. The jQuery library is a document object model set into action to address important event basics, with AJAX, FX and allied plugins. With just some markup and CSS, downloading and extracting data is very simple for deployment by the jQuery community.