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Need a small sample application based on the technology stack (Durandal, Knockout, Require, Mongo and Breeze)

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( 3 months ago )

 

Currently, I am working on a project that is basically an ASP.NET SPA web application using durandal much like the John Papa's Code Camper SPA demo application.

The application is currently using the following javascript libraries/technologies:

  1. durandal
  2. knockout
  3. require (AMD)

and NoSQL (MongoDB) as the database.

The plan now is to integrate the breeze to utilise its rich data management and other features. The problem is that the breeze is based on the concept of metadata. I have looked on the samples that were mostly based on the Entity Framework and those are not solving my purpose.

I have even looked into the samples in the breeze website with NoDB (Edmunds and Todo Lists) and these are also not solving the purpose due to the same metadata dependency issue as the application is quite big. Recently, a new sample named MongoDB (Zza Pizza Ordering) based on the BMEAN stack (Breeze, Mongo, Express, Angular and Node javascript applications) got released but the question is I didn't want to concentrate on including more javascript files (Express, Angular and Node).

Please provide me a small sample application based on the technology stack (Durandal, Knockout, Require, Mongo and Breeze) in case anyone have worked on the similar technology stack as I mentioned about.

what's your interest


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