To help you get started, I will walk through on how you can RESTify an Oracle database behind a firewall and use that to bind it to several Kendo UI components.
With DataDirect Hybrid OData services, you can access your cloud data sources like Salesforce, Google Analytics, Eloqua or relational databases like Oracle, SQL Server, Postgres or Big Data sources like EMR Hive, CDH, Apache Hadoop, Greenplum etc. Access all of these sources using a single protocol — OData REST API. OData isn’t a proprietary API like others, it’s an open protocol standard that was started at Microsoft, which became an OASIS standard and is widely being adopted by SAP, Salesforce, IBM, Tableau and others. You don’t have to worry about learning/developing different API’s when you use DataDirect. You just need to know how you can use OData API, with which you likely have experience.
Kendo UI for jQuery provides you more than 70 components to build responsive, beautiful, modern web applications 50% faster than any other product. Data being an integral part of any website, Kendo UI lets you bind to your local, remote or XML data using the DataSource Framework. Most of the time, you have to deal with accessing the data either in the cloud or in a relational database on-premises. You can find below how you can access any of these databases from KendoUI through simple clicks.
We hope this tutorial was helpful to you in RESTifying your database and binding it to your Kendo UI components for rich, elegant and real time web application.
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