[Laszlo-dev] Features (Persevere)
max at openlaszlo.org
Thu Dec 17 12:08:40 PST 2009
I thought we still used XHR/XML loaders to load XML data?
We would need to fold in Oliver's JSON extensions, which doesn't handle
replication or change events. Replication could be handled with better
integration with explicit replicators, but we'd need something like
http://goessner.net/articles/JsonPath/ to make this declarative. This
still wouldn't deal with change events on the underlying data.
We _could_ smash the JSON into an XML dataset (like we do with XML
today, just flatter) and maybe get some of this for free... But that
seems a little weird to me.
On 12/17/09 6:17 AM, P T Withington wrote:
> That does look neat.
> I thought we were already using JSON for our data transport? So I wonder how hard it would be to interface.
> On 2009-12-17, at 02:02, Max Carlson wrote:
>> I wish we had better JSON support around datasets... This is pretty cool:
>> Max Carlson
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