Red Hat
Mar 28, 2013
by kborchers

It’s been a long time coming but the AeroGear team is pleased to announce the release of version 1.0.0 of the AeroGear.js library! This release provides simple yet robust and pluggable APIs for a number of the typical tasks developers must do when building a mobile application. From authentication to managing client side data to moving that data between server and client, AeroGear has you covered.

Authentication

AeroGear.Auth provides simple methods for enrolling users and performing login/logout. Currently, if your server provides a REST interface to authentication, AeroGear.js will work with it.

Data Management

AeroGear.DataManager (clever name, right?) is here to help developers manage their application’s data. Whether you’re data is just stored in memory or if you need a little more persistence with session or local storage, DataManager provides a single, easy to use API for storing, retrieving and querying that data.

Data Transfer

Built on top of jQuery’s rock-solid AJAX method, AeroGear.Pipeline provides a simple, cross-browser API for persisting data to your server and retrieving that data either all at once or in manageable chunks with a standard based paging interface.

A Glimpse into the Future

With the solid foundation of AeroGear 1.0.0, we can now look into building features for more advanced web applications. The team is looking into ways to address important topics like data synchronization, offline access, websockets and push notifications, security, and a number of other things.

Check it Out

So go give it a test drive and let us know what you think! You can get the full version of AeroGear.js from our site or from Bower by running `bower install aerogear`. If you prefer a smaller version of AeroGear.js and only need certain features, check out our custom build tool. We also have a working demo showing off all of the features of AeroGear.js on OpenShift. Please report any issues or feature requests you may have in our JIRA instance.