JavaScript for Line of Business Applications
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JavaScript for Line of Business Applications
Keeping track of current JavaScript Frameworks that help design your clientside Business Logic Layers.
Curated by Jan Hesse
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WebSockets in Windows Store Apps

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In this article, Jeremy Likness shows how to connect to WebSockets using both message-based and real-time connections from Windows Store apps.

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All about promises (for Windows Store apps written in JavaScript)

All about promises (for Windows Store apps written in JavaScript) | JavaScript for Line of Business Applications | Scoop.it

When writing Windows Store apps in JavaScript, you encounter these constructs called promises as soon as you do anything that involves an asynchronous API. It also doesn’t take very long before writing promise chains for sequential asynchronous operations becomes second nature.

In the course of your development work, however, you’ll probably encounter other uses of promises where it’s not entirely clear to see what’s going on. A good example of this is optimizing item rendering functions for a ListView control.

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Creating Windows 8 Apps with Ext JS

Creating Windows 8 Apps with Ext JS | JavaScript for Line of Business Applications | Scoop.it

In the coming weeks, I’ll be speaking at SenchaCon and ThatConference about building Windows 8 apps using Ext JS. Although these presentations cover the same concepts, their content is slightly different (based upon the target audience of each conference).

Because I don’t expect everyone to have a strong background in either, I thought I would list all of the relevant resources here rather than having 30 links at the end of each slide deck.

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SQL, EF, OData - One Sweet Stack

Last Saturday at the Seattle Code Camp I delivered a presentation I called One Sweet Stack which showed how to start with a SQL Azure database (though it would work with any relational database really), connect to it using Entity Framework, and extend it as OData with WCF Data Services.

I chose this stack because…

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