How to use the can-connect/can/super-map/ function in can-connect

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github donejs / donejs / guides / place-my-order / steps / create-test / restaurants_model.js View on Github external
seal: false
}, {
  '_id': '*'

Restaurant.List = DefineList.extend({
  '#': Restaurant

const algebra = new set.Algebra('_id'),

Restaurant.connection = superMap({
  url: loader.serviceBaseURL + '/api/restaurants',
  Map: Restaurant,
  List: Restaurant.List,
  name: 'restaurant',

export default Restaurant;
github marshallswain / AmityApp / public / src / models / server.js View on Github external
import can from 'can';
import superMap from 'can-connect/can/super-map/';
import tag from 'can-connect/can/tag/';
import 'can/map/define/define';
import io from '';
const socket = io();

export const Server = can.Map.extend({
  define: {}

Server.List = can.List.extend({
  Map: Server
}, {});

export const serverConnection = superMap({
  url: '/amity/servers',
  idProp: 'name',
  Map: Server,
  List: Server.List,
  name: 'server'

tag('server-model', serverConnection);

socket.on('servers created', server => serverConnection.createInstance(server));
socket.on('servers updated', server => serverConnection.updateInstance(server));
socket.on('servers removed', server => serverConnection.destroyInstance(server));


export default Server;