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Posting Inputs with JSON

One of the most basic operations in a web database application is to send a bunch of inputs back to the server. Andromeda provides a simple command to use for sending INPUT values back on a JSON call.

The Javascript method x6.json.inputs() adds a collection of inputs to a previously initialized JSON call. The method takes a single argument, which can be either a DOM object or a jQuery selector. All of the HTML INPUT elements inside of that object (or that match the selector) are added to the JSON call.


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