Tutorial Creating jQuery Mobile App with Tiggzi Database API – MongoDB [Pictures]
It was always incredible simple to build app in Tiggzi, now that Tiggzi added a cloud database, it has become even easier and faster. Check out this screen cast.
Creating the UI with a visual editor
The first step is to build the UI with jQuery Mobile.
Create a database and a collection for your app data. Everything is instantly exposed via RES API and you even get curl hints.
Defining REST service
Defining the services includes the following:
- Setting up service URL
- Defining request parameters
- Testing the service
- From test results, automatically defining service’s response parameters (JSON structure)
Setting REST service URL
Setting up service URL to point to Tiggzi database/collection.
Defining request parameters
Setting up database id.
Testing the service
Right on the spot test the service to make sure it works.
Response parameters (JSON structure)
From test response, you can automatically create the service’s output.
Mapping the service to UI
Binding the service to UI.
Testing the app in browser
Testing the app in browser (there is also an option to test without the mobile frame)
Try the tutorial!
About Max Katz
Max Katz is a Senior Systems Engineer at Exadel. He has been helping customers jump-start their RIA development as well as providing mentoring, consulting, and training. Max is a recognized subject matter expert in the JSF developer community. He has provided JSF/RichFaces training for the past three years, presented at many conferences, and written several published articles on JSF-related topics. Max also leads Exadel's RIA strategy and writes about RIA technologies in his blog, http://mkblog.exadel.com. He is an author of "Practical RichFaces" book (Apress). Max holds a BS in computer science from the University of California, Davis.More About Max »
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