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Tags: Xamarin client sample, Google Chrome, latest Safari, Google Polymer, polymer component

  • Creating aschemaA simple schema is just a map of keys and types: – Thats the same as using a type property: – A schema can also be a map between keys and default values.
  • The output will be something like this: – { – name: HAZ, – birthdate: Tue Apr 10 1990 00:00:00 GMT, – }Validating valuesJust like in Mongoose Schemas, you can define validation rules within your schemas.
  • You can add custom parsers and validators or even replace the default behavior of parse and validate methods by creating schema groups.
  • With schm and schm-translate, it can be solved by changing a few lines of code in just one place: – The output will be exactly the one your app expected before the change: – { – name: Haz, – email:, – }Click here to see the list of all…
  • In schm, the ability to parse values based on the schema is what makes it possible to transform a query string into a MongoDB query, for example.

Tags: schema, schemas, JSON Schema spec, schema group functions, Mongoose Schemas

  • Bit is an open source project that can help users start using your API examples in their own projects,hands-on.
  • GraphQL API examples can betrickyThis is why its important to make examples a sandbox for users to start playing with, change in their own project and and quickly move to actual engagement with our API.
  • We can use Bit to share the API into a collection of components (called Scope) like this one which users can import into their own code.
  • Users can also use bit import to bring the components actual source code and make changes right from their own projects environment.
  • Instead of having to read long docs or work with examples out of their real use case and projects context, we can use Bit to help them easily pick-up our API and customize it to feet their own use case and projects environment, leading to a faster and simpler adoption…

Tags: bit, API, project, GraphQL API,

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