[Laszlo-dev] Features (Persevere)
henry.minsky at gmail.com
Thu Dec 17 12:12:56 PST 2009
We use XHR for regular data loads, but the JavaRPC code sends JSON data back
from the server.
On Thu, Dec 17, 2009 at 3:08 PM, Max Carlson <max at openlaszlo.org> wrote:
> 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
>>> Max Carlson
> Max Carlson
hminsky at laszlosystems.com
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