1. BreezeJS Feature Suggestions

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  1. Support for PHP and MySQL

    Support a PHP connector for MySQL. This is one of the most often used data connections.

    404 votes
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  2. 233 votes
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  3. Examples that uses other backends.

    You know that many developers have already loved Breeze.js but that's not it. It has the potential to be a really great technology for the new breeds of developers (beginners)...

    I'd like to suggest to include examples on how Breeze.js works with other backend technologies such as Java, PHP, etc..

    219 votes
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    Changing status to complete.

    Our NodeJS/MongoDB sample was added in 1.4.0, and our Ruby sample went live shortly before 1.4.2.
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    Work is well underway on a Java backend for Breeze, using Hibernate and JAX-RS. Please check out https://github.com/Breeze/breeze.server.java/tree/master/breezejs-hibernate .

    The NorthBreeze sample (https://github.com/Breeze/breeze.js.samples/tree/master/java/NorthBreeze ) is a web application that uses the breezejs-hibernate library.

  4. Support NHibernate

    Support NHibernate out of the box like EF

    174 votes
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  5. Seperate out EFContextProvider

    I would like to start out by saying nice job on breeze. You guys have a breeze mvc webapi dll for those people doing .net. I really like the EFContextProvider, but I think it would be cool if it was a seperate project. This would allow users to use it in different class libraries to create repositories and a unit of work for the different models that you create and have one place to manage it. Keep it breezy, thanks

    141 votes
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  6. Angular 2 support

    Create Angular 2 bridge file like what was done for Angular 1.X

    113 votes
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  7. adding ANY and ALL filter operators

    It would be nice to filter on the properties of 1-n related enities. [Even if it is a collection of entites and not a single (1-1 related) entity.]

    With my suggestion it would be possible to execute the following queries:

    •find all movies starring a particular actor
    •find all orders where at least one of the order-lines is for a particular product
    •find all orders where every order-line has a value greater than $400
    •find all movies tagged 'quirky' - where Tags is a multi-valued property.
    •find all movies with a least one actor tagged as a favorite

    It would…

    111 votes
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  8. Deep entity clone with configuration for dependent related entities

    Need a clean way to clone, say, an order and its child orderLineItems such that (a) all order values are copied except the id which is new, (b) all child LineItems are copied except they have new ids and their FKs to the parent order are updated to the new parent order id, and (b) the cloned graph entities are in Added state.

    See this (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/20566093/breeze-create-entity-from-existing-one/20579971#20579971) and this (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/23488573/deep-clone-copy-breeze-entity-and-create-new-entity). See also Breeze Labs "getEntityGraph" which should become part of Breeze core.

    106 votes
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  9. Full oData CRUD support

    per this forum reply, full crud support for odata services is not currently supported in breeze.

    http://www.ideablade.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=3793&PID=15186#15186

    104 votes
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  10. Support for MongoDb out of the box like EF

    I would like support for other popular noSql databases like MongoDB and RavenDB. If this can already be supported then just some proper documentation on how it can be achieved and some supporting example projects would be very helpful. Thanks.

    84 votes
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  11. EF6 support roadmap need

    EF6 beta is released. any plan or schedule for this?

    83 votes
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  12. Support TypeScript final 1.0

    Now that TypeScript 1.0 is released it is time to update the breeze.d.ts file to support this final release.
    Also it would be nice if breeze.d.ts supports the actual export/import mechanism of TypeScript. Best example: knockout.d.ts

    62 votes
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  13. 56 votes
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  14. 53 votes
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  15. 48 votes
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  16. 48 votes
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  17. ReactJs & React Native support

    Support for ReactJs and ReactNative including a the tutorial stream would be great.

    45 votes
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  18. Make breeze play nice with AMD loaders like require.js

    There is a problem when you want to AMD load breeze.js (see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13937539/breezejs-and-requirejs-not-working-as-expected)
    I think the only problem is that breeze.js should define dependencies in the define() call. Currently it calls define(), but doesn't pass ['ko', 'Q'] as dependencies, but instead looks for ko and Q in the global namespace.
    If this is too much trouble, please provide second breeze-amd.js version.

    37 votes
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  19. Support $inlinecount in queries

    The OData 2.0 spec describes the $inlinecount parameter (http://www.odata.org/documentation/uri-conventions#InlinecountSystemQueryOption) as a way to include with query results the count of all records that satisfy the filter clause without respect to the paging parameters (top and skip) that may be in the query request.

    36 votes
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    0.75.1 is now live, and adds an ’inlineCount" method to the EntityQuery.

    This provides support for providing, in addition to standard query results, the count of records that would be returned by this query if no ‘skip’ or ‘take’ option were included on the query.

    In other words, the count is calculated after applying any filters/where clauses but before any skip/take operations.

    See the API Docs for more details. Both OData and WebApi endpoints are supported with this feature.

  20. Mocking Data Calls

    Allow for Breeze's data service calls to be able to be overridden with mock data calls, so data can be seen without needs to make actual ajax calls for designing and testing. Similar to amplify's model and using mockJSON with it.

    35 votes
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