Breeze.WebApi 1.4.16

The files and references that are essential for a Breeze Legacy ASP.NET Web API Entity Framework 5 application.  We recommend installing this package shortly after creating a project with the "ASP.NET Empty Web Application" template or one of the MVC 4 templates such as the "ASP.NET MVC 4 Empty" template.  To see an example Breeze application, try the  'Breeze.WebApiSample' package which creates a simple MVC4 WebApi app.

Install-Package Breeze.WebApi -Version 1.4.16
dotnet add package Breeze.WebApi --version 1.4.16
<PackageReference Include="Breeze.WebApi" Version="1.4.16" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Breeze.WebApi --version 1.4.16
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Release Notes

Please review the BreezeJS release notes at http://www.breezejs.com/documentation/download

NuGet packages (6)

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HotTowel
Want to build a SPA but can't decide where to start? Use Hot Towel and in seconds you'll have a SPA and all the tools you need to build on it! * Use Hot Towel for ASP.NET MVC * Use Hot Towelette for ASP.NET (no MVC required) Hot Towel creates a great starting point for building a SPA with ASP.NET MVC, Knockout for data bindings, Durandal for navigation and UI, and Breeze for data management. Hot Towel also adds pop-up toasts with Toastr, date formatting with Moment, styling with Twitter Bootstrap, and browser history integration with Durandal.Router. Hot Towel: Because you don't want to go to the SPA without one! * Hot Towel and Hot Towelette are shown in the SPA JumpStart course at www.pluralsight.com
HotTowelette
Want to build a SPA but can't decide where to start? Use Hot Towelette and in seconds you'll have a SPA and all the tools you need to build on it! * Use Hot Towel for ASP.NET MVC * Use Hot Towelette for ASP.NET (no MVC required) Hot Towelette creates a great starting point for building a SPA with ASP.NET, Knockout for data bindings, Durandal for navigation and UI, and Breeze for data management. Hot Towelette also adds pop-up toasts with Toastr, date formatting with Moment, styling with Twitter Bootstrap, and browser history integration with Durandal.Router. Hot Towelette: Because you don't want to go to the SPA without one! * Hot Towel and Hot Towelette are shown in the SPA JumpStart course at www.pluralsight.com
SummerBreeze
By using SummerBreeze, the manual entity creation process that is commonly used to add entities to the Breeze EntityManager metadatastore on no DB, no EF ORM or EF ORM with DTO scenarios is minimized. SummerBreeze generates all the metadata that is needed to self-describe your POCOS´s for automatic entity generation on the client side.
breezePagedGrid.widget
A fairly responsive paged data grid for use with Durandal and Breeze. This package contains the Durandal widget as well as initial documentation.
Spacify
Starter kit for building a SPA with ASP.NET MVC, TypeScript, Knockout, Durandal, and Breeze. To use start by creating an empty MVC4 application and then apply this nuget package using: Install-Package SPAcify

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Version History

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1.4.16 9,537 7/14/2014