My understanding is that when you .fetch data, the data is cached locally so that when you are offline, you can still access it. When my app starts up, there's a bunch of collection that I need to pull from, but to optimize things, I want to use an endpoint that aggregates all the data into a single request, and then sort the data into the various Backbone collections on the client side.
How can I cache the collections locally if the data came from an endpoint? I'd like to tap into Kinvey's mechanisms rather than write my own around localStorage.
So as a less hacky solution, I created an empty collection and in the collection hooks, I'm running the same code I was running on my endpoint, passing the parameters in via the query.
over 9 years ago
The local cache is designed to work with collection data only, not endpoints. There are probably hacky ways to do what you want, but I highly recommend using your own solution for this as you might run into situations where e.g. the library is trying to sync your endpoint data.