- Using with GWT
- Who uses it?
- What is asynchronous programming?
- Node.js (MySQL, SQLite)
- RingoJS (AppEngine data store)
- Defining your data model
- Manipulating and persisting objects
- Querying data
Database store specific notes:
- MySQL on Node.js
- SQLite on Node.js
- AppEngine on RingoJS
There are a few
persistence.js plug-ins available that add functionality:
- persistence.search.js, adds simple full-text search capabilities.
- persistence.migrations.js, supports data migrations (changes to the database schema).
- persistence.sync.js, supports database synchronization with a remote server.
- persistence.jquery.js, adds jQuery integration, including jQuery-mobile ajax request interception.
- persistence.jquery.mobile.js, adds jQuery mobile support, including jQuery-mobile ajax request interception and re-routing to persistence.js.
If you find a bug, please report it. Or fork the project, fix the problem and send me a pull request. For a list of planned features and open issues, have a look at the issue tracker.
For support and discussion, please join the persistence.js Google Group.
Thanks goes to all authors for their contributions.
This work is licensed under the MIT license.
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