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README.md

JayData

JayData is a standards-based (mostly HTML5), cross-platform JavaScript library and a set of practices to access and manipulate data from various online and offline sources

JayData not only provides JavaScript Language Query (JSLQ) syntax to access local (in-browser and mobile) and remote databases, but builds the queries and executes/processes the requests of the essential data sources and data services to make developers able to concentrate only on the business logic.

Microsoft .NET developers can utilize Entity Framework and LINQ on server-side to perform operations on data from different databases. The aim of JayData library is to give a similar tool to JavaScript developers.

JayData is cross-platform (runs on HTML5 desktop and mobile browsers, can be hosted in PhoneGap environment on iPhone, iPad and Android) and cross-layer as it works on client-side and server-side (Node.JS).

Key providers

WebSQL SQLite HTML5 localStorage IndexedDB OData MongoDB Facebook YQL

Please read the release notes for current status of the providers.

Visit http://jaydata.org for detailed information and documentation.

As JayData covers many technologies and open new fields of development, we encourage you to contribute to the project with new providers or features. Check out the possible ways of contributions here: http://jaydata.org/community/contribute

JavaScript libraries released on CodePlex (http://jaydata.codeplex.com) can be used to develop applications, to get the structured sourcecode to develop JayData itself, visit http://github.com/jaydata

Feed of Latest releases, tutorials: https://twitter.com/jaydataorg Feed of commits in development branch: https://twitter.com/jaydatadev

JayData comes with dual licensing: you can use it under MIT license if ship software software under MIT, but it should be used under GPL if you distribute your software under GPLv2.