1. BreezeJS Feature Suggestions

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  1. Update the Angular-Breeze ToDoMVC Template...

    ...to reference the current versions of the NuGet libraries involved. I tried updating them myself, but the the demo broke, and I can't figure out why. Possibly the json.net?

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  2. Optimize transfer by minifying attribute names

    Using human readable names for objects is very helpful for readability, but it bloats the size of the data being transferred for each query. Create a minifier like uglify that translates attribute names into very small strings. Have the mapping tables be available on both client and server sides for translation so that when the objects are being used on either the client side or server side, the developer sees the full names. Allow for using non-minified transfers when debugging the transfer process.

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  3. enforce/check constraints in cached entities

    using ms sql web.api and entity framework in my case i've added a unique constraint on two columns (month/year) to one of my tables. now if violating this rule IN cache no validators get fired. would be great if breeze could do more IN cache checking for constraints and also for parent key deletions

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  4. Present a problem, then solve it

    When I first landed on your site, I didn't know what the product was for. I had to go to the introduction site, combined with the 'use with other tools' portion to kind of understand what it is.
    It would be helpful for me at least to see a typical issue I have and how Breeze makes it easy. I'm currently using jQuery, jQuery Mobile, BackboneJS and RequireJS in one single package but I'm not sure what Breeze would give me.

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