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Remove file list from FormData in Angular JS

var request = { method: 'POST', url: rootDir + abc/ffft', data: formdata, headers: { 'Content-Type': undefined }, success: (function (d) { }), error: (function (d) { }), complete: function (d) { formdata.forEach(function (val, key, fD) { console.log(key); formdata.delete(key); }); var files = formdata.getAll("file[]"); console.log("file" + files); files.delete("file[]"); } this service not working in file delete

Handling form-data

Hello there! First of all, thank you for this awesome project. Really helpful to have a convenient model layer in the AngularJS world. I have a question regarding form-data. Is there any documentation how to handle form-data with JS Data? I'm switching from $resource which allowed me to attach a CSV file to the request via a simple 'transformRequest' like this: var data = $resource('/data/:id', {}, { post: { method: 'POST', transformRequest: function(data) { var fd = new FormData(); fd.append('file', data); return fd; }, headers: {'Content-Type': undefined} } }; I couldn't figure out how to do the same with JS Data.

Relations get not saved in object reference

Hi, jsdata acctually makes a put and the rest stores the correct object but the promise of update still returns the old object in javascript.


How im able to implement JSData into test, have a wrapper function thats depending on DS.find to acctually get some objects. But as i execute it with an $httpBackend.expectGET('xxx').respond({'someobjectkey': 'someobjectvalue'}); JS data doesnt seem to execute anything on $http in this case.

Data caching

Hi, Is it possible to combine the localStorage module with js-angular-data and use it as a cache provider? Thanks

Transform server response to match schema.

Hi Jason, Is there a way to tell js-data to parse a resource response object differently ? Let's say your server respond the following json : ``` { "i": 123, "n": "Alfred" } ``` And you want your resource to be defined as follow : ``` DS.defineResource("person", { schema: { id: "string", name: "string" } }); ``` I know I can do it with a http request/response interceptor in AngularJS, but I would like to do it on the resource level. Any idea ?

Create nested resources trough parent

Is there a way to create associated records through the parent? Like in rails (http://api.rubyonrails.org/classes/ActiveRecord/NestedAttributes/ClassMethods.html)

Nested endpoint with shared id

I am attempting to use an API that has the following endpoint layout. I'm not sure how to define the resources in js-data to match it. GET /api/buildings Returns an array of buildings GET /api/buildings/90 Returns an object containing a summary from the specified building GET /api/buildings/90/info Returns an object containing detailed information from the specified building PUT /api/building/90/info Update the information of a building The building endpoint and the info endpoint share the same ID. I have two resources defined: Building and BuildingInfo. My first thought was to define a belongsTo relationship in BuildingInfo with parent = true, however this results in js-data generating a url containing the ID twice (/api/building/90/info/90). I suspect js-data does not support this use case currently. I'm hoping to find out how I can do it with minimal changes to js-data.

json request suffix

How can you set a .json suffix to all requests? Like in restangular: https://github.com/mgonto/restangular#setrequestsuffix