API Gone

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API Gone

Postby tbeemster » Sat Dec 17, 2011 3:06 pm

Hi! I'm really interested in looking into your product! It's really amazing.
I've read the tutorials and it was a great source of information, but when I tried to find more information in the API, I noticed it is down.
Is there any way to get it back on?

Thanks in advance, and again, it looks really promising! :)

Tim

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The link to the API is here: xataface.com/documentation
Which leads to: lamp.weblite.ca/dataface-0.6/docs/index.php?-action=view&-table=Projects&-Name=Dataface
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Re: API Gone

Postby ADobkin » Sun Dec 18, 2011 9:46 am

I believe it is still in the process of being revised. In the meantime, these links might be helpful:

http://www.xataface.com/dox/core/latest/

http://www.xataface.com/wiki/

As a last resort, most of the source files are well documented, so you can always grep through those.

Alan
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Re: API Gone

Postby tbeemster » Sun Dec 18, 2011 4:14 pm

Thanks a lot, that was very helpful!

Then I have just another small question:

When I make a field hidden in the fields.ini file (I want to hide a ID, because it's useless information for a user) it is hidden in the EDIT view, but it is still visible on the overview. How can I make sure the field is also hidden in the SELECT view?

Thanks!
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Re: API Gone

Postby ADobkin » Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:18 am

There are several visibility directives outlined on this page:

http://xataface.com/wiki/fields.ini_file

The two that you might need are:

Code: Select all
visibility:browse=hidden
visibility:list=hidden
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Re: API Gone

Postby tbeemster » Mon Dec 19, 2011 4:55 am

Aaah I see! That's helpful, I wasn't aware of those commands! Thanks.

It is really amazing what this piece of software can do! :)

edit after reading some of that stuff, I must admit that I'm getting more and more exticted about this greate program! Job very well done already you devs! I love how the documentation is all very clear (you can't say that for every open source project on the internet..)
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