This Week in Starcounter – 26/05/2017May 26, 2017 12:21 pm Leave your thoughts
To help you as a developer follow the changes in Starcounter, we will publish a weekly blog post explaining the changes. This week we made six significant changes to Starcounter which are available from the current Release Candidate 188.8.131.5281. None of these are breaking changes.
Polymer is upgraded to 1.9.1 from 1.8.1. Release Notes for 1.9.1 are on polymer-project.org.
Simplified Way to Retrieve Objects by Identity
Objects were usually retrieved by id with
DbHelper.FromID(DbHelper.Base64DecodeObjectID(Id)). From this week,
Db.FromId(id) serves as a simpler alternative. This method has overloads to handle both strings in base64 and
DbHelper.FromID remains in all versions of 2.3. It is obsolete from version 2.4.
Documentation for this is coming.
New Server-Side Blending API
The server-side blending APIs
UriMapping have been replaced with the
Blender API. Documentation has been published. It’s already used in some of the sample apps.
RunWithinApplication has been declared obsolete because it breaks the isolation of applications.
Improved Handling of Deleted Database Objects
Database objects that are bound to a Typed JSON will now have their
Data property set to
null instead of throwing an exception. This means that deleted objects can effectively be handled in the
Staradmin CLI Improvements
staradmin now also supports
staradmin <command> [database name] in addition to
staradmin -d|--database=<name> <command>. This should make the CLI easier to use. With this change, some other edge cases and error messages in
staradmin have been fixed.
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This post was written by Erlend Landrö