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Kendo UI: suggestions for use with (html5)localdb and mvc at same time

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Shea asked on 04 Dec 2013, 11:23 PM
We have a web application which needs to function when internet connectivity fails. Currently we do this by cache data in localdb, then if the connection goes down, we resort to supplying data from the localdb, instead of the ajax call. When connectivity comes back we update our cache. This works well with our existing product, which uses asp.forms, and jquery templates.

In our new product we building, it is using MVC and kendo. We are using pure JS for our views rather than Razor (due to the limitations of Razor).  We have used AJAX for all the DataSource's, by simply providing a URL to read from. I know I can set the read parameter to be a function. In this function I can do a check to see if there is network connectivity. If no, then read from local db. If there is connectivity then perform the normal read from the controller action.

The original plan was to use jlinq (of hugoware.com), with Persist-JS (https://github.com/jeremydurham/persist-js). But now wondering if breeze js or jaydata would work better with kendo?

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Alexander Popov
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answered on 05 Dec 2013, 01:58 PM
Hi Shea,

All of these could be used to achieve your goals and which one you would choose depends on your preferences. I would however, recommend you to check the following links:

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Alexander Popov
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