New versions of the TempHire sample are now available. We’ve ported the Durandal TempHire sample to Angular and also developed a nodejs back-end. Java is coming soon. The new TempHire samples are developed using a preliminary version of Angular 1.4, demonstrating the new router. Once Angular 1.4 is officially released, we will update the sample to the final version. There might still be some bugs currently that will hopefully be addressed by the time the final version is released.
TempHire with Angular and .NET: /doc-samples/temp-hire-angular.html
TempHire with Angular and Node: /doc-samples/temp-hire-angular-sequelize.htmlPosted on: 2015-06-11
We have added new versions of the Todo sample to showcase the various platforms supported by Breeze.
Whether you like to use .NET, Java or Node on the server, we’ve got you covered. Our canonical Todo sample is now available for the various back-ends.
Todo with Angular and .NET: http://breeze.github.io/doc-samples/todo-angular.html
Todo with Angular and Java: http://breeze.github.io/doc-samples/todo-angular-hibernate.html
Todo with Angular and Node: http://breeze.github.io/doc-samples/todo-angular-sequelize.htmlPosted on: 2015-06-05
You likely built your application with one of the popular “model libraries” such as Angular, Aurelia, Durandal, Knockout or React. You may need to tell Breeze about your library choice by selecting a compatible “Model Library Adapter”.
We added a new documentation page that explains the Model Library Adapter and how to pick the right one for your app.Posted on: 2015-06-05