Monthly Archives: December 2014

Using Ace editor into Angular applications

Ace is a powerful code editor for Web environments. It can be easily embedded within our HTML / JavaScript / CSS applications. Moreover the project Angular UI (link) provides an integration to use easily code editor within Angular applications. See … Continue reading

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Managing ElasticSearch metadata

ElasticSearch is a schema-less search engine. This means that we dont need to have a fixed structure during time. A document can be indexed once with a defined structure and later with a new property. Under the hood, ElastichSearch manages … Continue reading

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Using batch requests when interacting with OData v4 services with Olingo

In previous posts, we described how to read data from OData v4 services with Olingo and how to update them. OData (and Olingo) provides a powerful feature to send several calls in a single one (batch requests). We will tackle … Continue reading

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Designing a Web API

A Web API corresponds to an application programming interface that can levarage the Web technologies to execute processing and manipulate data. Modern Web APIs follow the REST principles to be the easiest to use as possible and lightweight. Typically it … Continue reading

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Updating data links of OData v4 services with Olingo

In a previous post, we saw how to update data of OData v4 services with Olingo (see https://templth.wordpress.com/2014/12/05/manipulating-data-of-odata-v4-services-with-olingo/). In the real world, data are linked together. Its also the case with OData entities. In the latter post, we dont cover … Continue reading

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Manipulating data of OData v4 services with Olingo

In a previous post, we saw how to access data of OData v4 services with Olingo (see https://templth.wordpress.com/2014/12/03/accessing-odata-v4-service-with-olingo/). We will focus now on how to manipulate these data. We dont remind here how to configure Olingo in the project and … Continue reading

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Accessing data of OData v4 services with Olingo

Olingo (http://olingo.apache.org) is a framework that implements the OData specification. Its provides support for its latest version, the version 4, for both client and server sides. We will describe here how to use the client side to retrieve data. Configure … Continue reading

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