… with clippingFrame
…e don't currently.
- Added support for reduced properties. These properties begin with "@" and will automatically calculate some kind of summary information about the receiving array. They are also bindable so you can bind to myArray.@average and it will update whenever the average changes. [CAJ] - Cleaned up SC.Array support to incorporate new SC.Enumerable functions. The Enumerable methods from Prototype are no longer supported. [CAJ]
….(). Now they all do the same thing. Yay
…tems provide the basis for our standard enumeration API. This will replace relying on iterators provided by Prototype eventually. See docs on those classes for full information.
…better support set requirements
…educe the memory consumed and allow you to rapidly reset the contents.
… along with array-like objects
…eturned array to avoid an error in findAll()
Even though REST is an acronym (well ReST), it confuses automatic inflector tools so its better to use consistant non-caps capitalization.
…The backend can control the API that is exposed to the client by sending refreshURL, updateURL and/or destroyURL in responses to SC requests.
…te to accommodate REST aware servers
…d to an object.
Added support for posting data in both URL-encoded and JSON formats via SC.server. This makes for a much cleaner round-trip. To use this, set the postFormat: property to SC.JSON_FORMAT in SC.server. Closes #49. (Thanks Mauris Lamers!)