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July 19, 2014 Dave Wells

NoServer Features

We have eliminated the tedium so your development efforts can be directed towards creating amazing user experiences and engaging apps.

NoServer is the world’s first meta-data driven system that creates beautiful APIs for your applications instantly. Based on our patented “Datagraph” technology, external data can be seamlessly integrated together with application data into a single well-formed REST API for your application.

Open, efficient client SDKs and our nested query language make it easy to build mobile and web apps using your APIs that are smaller in size, perform better with lots of advanced features like caching and offline queuing that available out of the box.

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Metadata driven API
Define your API much faster with the FatFractal Definition Language (FFDL).
Objects and Collections
Full control of your API structure with defined Objects as well as Collection resources.
Fully qualified URLs
Your API is identified as a fully qualified URL compared to others that use their URL plus API keys to define an API location.
API metadata
All APIs have a metadata description that you can elect to expose to make it easy to integrate with other APIs/ Applications.
Object metadata
All objects offer system generated metadata (createdAt, createdBy, collection, URL, editable, GUID, version, updatedAt, updatedBy) that is accessible by the client SDK.
User management
Powerful, secure user management is provided out of the box (note - user authentication via external sources using any OAuth 1.0a and 2.0 compatible API.
Permissions can be controlled at the API, Collection and Object level, including cascading permissions.
DatagraphExpressive, navigable object relationships (References, GrabBags and Back References) provide unprecedented flexibility for creating rich data representations.
FatFractal Query Language
A nested query language allows you to “walk” your datagraph (filters, traversals, sorting, limiting, response depth) in order to get to the full graph response that you want in a single query.
API Level Security
API level security (private collections, anonymous access, system user options, allowed and disallowed GET patterns) provide control over how your API can be accessed.
API Metadata Access
You can control whether the API metadata is accessible or not.
Declarative Collection Permissions
You can define the default read and write permissions for any Collection using Declarative Permissions
Encryption at Rest
You can define Object member level data to be stored Encrypted at Rest.
There are a number of FFDL settings that give you additional control over how users authenticate to your API, including registration behavior, password validation and required formats and responses and session timeout settings.
Business Logic (Event Handlers)
Event handlers execute when a data event occurs on your API and are one of the most powerful and unique aspects of the FatFractal Platform. Every CRUD action automatically generates an event that may trigger an event handler, without your defining or coding up those events.
Data Integration (Virtual Collections)
Developers can combine data from external sources into the FatFractal Datagraph making all of the great features of navigating the graph available seamlessly using Virtual Collections that can communicate directly (JDBC) or via REST integration using the provided HTTP Client on the Serverside SDK.
Custom Endpoints (Server Extensions)
Server Extensions execute serverside functions that you create to define custom endpoints for your API.
Automated Functions (Scheduled Code)
FatFractal’s NoServer supports scheduled execution of scripts on the backend.
Push Notifications
The NoServer framework makes easy to use both Apple and Android push notifications in your applications.
Email Notifications
The NoServer framework makes easy to send email notifications from your applications.
Client SDKs
FatFractal provides iOS, Android, BlackBerry, HTML5/JS SDKs that are smaller, more efficient without external dependencies and are less proprietary than all the others.
Deployment Options
The FatFractal Platform can be deployed and run anywhere you wish onto Cloud Infrastructures, or basic virtualized datacenters.
Local Development
You can also run the FatFractal Platform on your development machine greatly speeding up application development and debugging.
Relational Support
Should you need more traditional database support, any collection can be defined as a relation collection exposing relational query support.