I build an app using App designer.
Created a data binding to my REST API. Added a list and list avatar in the page and changed the properties to call syntax of my webservice fields.
In simulator, I get empty page and the list is not populated.
I also tried to the collection of webservices (wunderground weather), also populate empty page.
Earlier same method worked for REST API and Wunderground weather.
Could anyone check on this and feedback please?
Error on console:
Tried with ionic, bootstrap with app designer all giving same errors.
Sam -- what happens when you try using the web services "try it" panel? That is, not from within an app but just from within the Web Services exploration panel. Does it work there?
Yes try it is success for both REST API and 3rd party API.
It also shows up in my webservices list on app designer.
Listing using list element failed in both Twitter Bootstrap and Ionic framework.
I will talk to someone who has better knowledge on the Rest API with app designer and get back to you. I personally don't know why this would be happening, but I will find out more about the issue and return with that information.
Thanks for providing the app Sam. I was able to reproduce the issue and have identified this as a bug. I am working on a fix and if there is a workaround I will post it here.
I'm having similar issues. New to Intel XDK , version 3759 is my first version.
What was the last working version? Can we download it?
I also noticed when creating data-bindings there is no path created for multiple controller type only single. I tried this on a few existing services.
I downloaded version 3522 to get it working for now...
Tested with my existing project it didn't work as well.. so started from scratch and its working, will use it until this is updated.
This issue has been identified as a bug, but it requires an update to the XDK to fix the issue, so you will not see it get fixed in the current release, a fix is expected to be part of the next release, but is not guaranteed. Our releases generally follow a 6-8 week cadence. I am not allowed to provide a specific date, it is against company policy.
Thank you Paul.
I hope Intel will continue to support this great software. Its very useful to use this at our schools for absolute beginners before move on to code.
If you have not yet seen this notice > https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-xdk/topic/731305 < the App Designer feature has been deprecated and will be retired in a future release of the XDK. The problem described in this thread is related to a bug with App Designer and, therefore, will not be fixed.