1/ - url request to json using global cache data in the URL of my json, like this ?
If what you're asking is if you can use a template expression to construct a URL, yes that's easy using the built-in template engine. In fact you can use the same expression you wrote. If you were asking about something else please let me know.
2/ - Make a Dropdown Autocomplete like this http://framework7.io/docs/autocomplete.html
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Autocomplete is more complex a beast than most people think. One thing people forget is you have to debounce the input otherwise you will end up making network requests every single time you type something in (which is NOT what you want). Instead, you want it to debounce the input so that it makes no more than a single network request within a set frame of time no matter how many keystrokes you enter.
This debounce feature is not yet implemented (and thank you for bringing this up. I just created a github issue here https://github.com/Jasonette/JASONETTE-iOS/issues/215 so feel free to "watch" that issue to stay updated).
I am not saying it's impossible, in a lot of cases there are clever ways of dealing with these problems, but if you're new I just want to warn you that there is no simple one liner API for "autocomplete".
3/ - Make a Checkboxes group, i din't found any about that.
First of all, "checkboxes group" is actually two things:
- Group of them
First, Jasonette doesn't provide a checkbox component natively at the moment, but you can easily implement these using images and local variables (for example, display an empty checkbox by default, but when user taps the item, set the local variable associated with the row and re-render. Re-rendering will reflect the new state (based on the local variable you set) and properly display the "checked" state of the checkbox)
I had left out checkboxes because it is--like i discussed above--something you can build your own using existing components like Image components (In most cases people tend to use image to implement their own checkbox because they want their own custom design anyway).
Second, Checkbox groups are nothing more than a group of checkboxes. so you can just group theses checkboxes together in your own "grouped" UI.
If you were asking about radio buttons. This can be also achieved by using local variables and re-rendering. I think if you ask this specific question on the forum someone hopefully may be able to help you.
Hope this helps