This section explains data concepts, including data lifecycles, syncing and loading data, and how to work with REST, Azure SQL, Dynamic Data, Onedrive, and Static Data.
Understanding the building blocks is explained in Datasources, Data Providers and Entities
Data Lifecycles in Jigx explains when data is loaded when it is cached, and what triggers loading from cache vs loading from tables.
Syncing Remote and Loading Local Data explains how to sync data from the cloud and how to display it on a . It also explains the difference between coordinating local and remote updates and their effect on a user's experience.
When To Load Data is probably one of the most important topics when you design your solution. The timing of this will determine how robust the solution will work in offline environments and how loading data just in time can affect the user's experience.
SQL provides an overview of working with Microsoft Azure SQL and a guide on configuring secure access and functions to read, update and delete data with queries and stored procedures.
REST provides an overview of working with REST services, including how data is returned, transformed, and used in the solution. This section explains selective data updates and how to configure security and more complex REST calls.
Dynamic Data is a -specific data source that automatically syncs data in real time between devices. It is a great platform for disposable data, defining data that is not already available in existing systems, and how to sync data in real time between users and their devices, regardless of where it is updated.
Microsoft OneDrive integration allows you to create, updated, and delete files in OneDrive. In a solution, you can list, and download files from OneDrive.
Salesforce provider allows you to integrate with your Salesforce instance, with access to share data about sales, customers
Static Data explains how to define data in YAML statically.