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    Design style for OData in datajs

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    The datajs source code is out there for the world to see. Today I wanted to share a bit about what style we use and why we decided upon it. After years of writing for the .NET framework, one of my first impulses is to start thinking in terms of objects...
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    Handling errors in datajs

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    Today I want to talk a bit about how we handle errors in datajs. Every operation that datajs runs asynchronously, whether a read or a general request, has both a success and an error callback. These can be passed in explicitly when the function is...
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    Handling errors in datajs

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    Today I want to talk a bit about how we handle errors in datajs. Every operation that datajs runs asynchronously, whether a read or a general request, has both a success and an error callback. These can be passed in explicitly when the function is...
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    datajs DateTime sample

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    Building on the dev notes I recently posted , here is a short sample page you can use to try the new datajs-0.0.2 library out. Just download the files to your local disk and add this HTML file there, then you can point your browser to it. The event handling...
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    datajs support for DataTime and DateTimeOffset

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    Yesterday we updated the datajs codebase to support DateTime and DateTimeOffset. Here are some development notes on this that may be interesting. Recognizing DateTime and DateTimeOffset values ATOM has a pretty straightforward representation for...
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    A bit about how datajs is run

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    Today's post simply discusses a bit how the datajs project is run, and why we think it makes sense. The landscape for web developers is changing pretty fast. Browsers improve and introduce new capabilities, cloud systems bring new posibilities for...
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    OData, jQuery and datajs

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    Over the last couple of days, I've received a number of inquiries about the relationship between JSON, OData, jQuery and datajs and how to choose between them. These aren't all the same kinds of things, so I'll take them one by one. Talking the...
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    Short datajs walk-through

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    For today's post, I simply want to give you a walk-through on how to create a web application that uses datajs from scratch. We'll be doing the whole thing - server database, middle-tier model, OData service, and web pages, so now would be a good time...
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    datajs released

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    In case you missed it, yesterday we announced datajs - a New JavaScript library for OData and beyond . This is what I've been working for the last few months (modulo Christmas vacations of course). Over the next few days, I'll be blogging a bit about...
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