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SproutCore Web Application Development by Tyler Keating

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Summary

So, this was a long chapter but for good reasons because there is a lot of functionality in the Model layer to cover. So far we've looked at what the Model layer and Data Interface layers are in a SproutCore application, at SproutCore's client-side data store, at modeling data in the application, and at modeling relationships in the application. We also studied the entire life cycle of a SproutCore record and looked at how to query local and remote data stores. Lastly, we looked at how we would write our own data source adaptors to synchronize local records with a remote store.

At this point, you should be able to define an entire data model for your own applications and use a SproutCore data store to retrieve and modify the data locally. ...

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