This sample project shows how to access the OpenEdge backend using the JSDO from the Kendo UI Grid component in Kendo UI for Angular.
This project was created using the instructions for the angular-quickstart project and the Kendo UI for Angular Getting Started.The app.component.ts is based on the Data Binding example for the Grid component.
Steps to run:
License requirements for the Kendo UI Grid for Angular are listed in the following page:
As of 4 Aug 2017 I can not get this to work. Am getting errors from npm for progress and kendo packages.I have tried updating npm and node to latest but no difference.
registry.npmjs.org/.../kendo-angular-buttons or registry.npmjs.org/.../kendo-angular-buttons return nothing.
Is progress pakage published? Is there a Kendo Angular Plunkr that is configured for jsdo?
Thank you for reporting the issue.
I have updated the sample to use the latest Kendo UI for Angular and the modules from npmjs.
The modules are published. Please notice that the name would be "@progress/kendo-angular-buttons".
A Plunkr with Kendo UI for Angular and the JSDO is not available. However, you should be able to use the code from the updated sample in a Plunkr.
Thank you and regards.
Thanks, it installs and starts now. I will try and make a more exciting sample, similar to the JSDO Example016 js that Progress used to have with a grid and chart using a Get for grid and invoke for chart. Unless anybody has already done so....
I want to let you know that I have updated the sample to use the latest version of Angular, Kendo UI for Angular and the JSDO using the modules from npmjs.com.
I have created an example which is loosely based on the above at - github.com/.../wiki
This uses the datasource as described at - documentation.progress.com/.../
This example seems to handle the sorting and filtering better and also shows how you can connect to a basic auth PAS.
I have made the JSDO bit an injectable service so it can be re-used.
The next steps would be to create extended directives for the