This Week in Starcounter – 03/06/2017June 3, 2017 6:06 am Leave your thoughts
This week comes with changes to blending that make it easier for you to mix and match apps.
Simplified is Public
Simplified, the shared data model that we use in all the sample apps is now public. Together with the changes to blending, it’s now easier to integrate apps with the sample apps since you now can look at the underlying data model. You can find it in the Starcounter Apps repo. Feel free to suggest changes in issues or make pull requests.
starcounter-include on Root Level
As a part of making client-side blending easier to use and more accessible, we changed
PartialToStandaloneHtmlProvider. This makes it possible to use
declarative-shadow-dom on the root level. Read the whole GitHub issue in the Home repository. This change is available on the latest Release Candidate version of Starcounter.
Deprecated OntologyMapping and UriMapping
Last week we announced the new server-side blending API. The old API’s,
UriMapping are now marked as deprecated. To make the transition easy, the old API’s are fully compatible with the new API. This change is also available on the Release Candidate version.
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This post was written by Erlend Landrö