Adding and Editing Data
DittoWriteTransactionexposes functionality that allows you to perform multiple operations on the store within a single write transaction. You must use the
scopedfunction to get collection-scoped access to the write transaction object, which will then allow you to perform insert, update, remove or evict operations using the write transaction.
Defines the various strategies available when inserting a document into a collection.See more
DittoScopedWriteTransactionexposes functionality that allows you to perform multiple operations on the store within a single write transaction.
These objects are returned when calling
They allow chaining of further collections-related functions. You can either call
execon the object to get an array of
DittoCollections as an immediate return value, or you can establish either a live query or a subscription, which both work over time.
A live query, established by calling
observeLocal, will notify you every time there’s a change in the collections that the device knows about.
A subscription, established by calling
subscribe, will act as a signal to other peers that the device connects to that you would like to receive updates from them about the collections that they know about.
Typically, an app would set up a
subscribein some part of the application which is long-lived to ensure the device receives updates from the mesh. These updates will be automatically received and written into the local store. Elsewhere, where you need to use this data, an
observeLocalcan be used to notify you of the data, and all subsequent changes to the data.
If you want to observe changes in such a way that you can signal when you’re ready for the live query to deliver a new update then you can callSee more
Describes one part of the result of a write transaction.
- inserted: Describes a document that has been inserted, referencing its ID and the collection it was inserted into.
- updated: Describes a document that has been updated, referencing its ID and the collection it belongs to.
- evicted: Describes a document that has been evicted, referencing its ID and the collection it belonged to.
- removed: Describes a document that has been removed, referencing its ID and the collection it belonged to.