Re: Re: [Seaside] [Q] Creating NSBrowser (in Cocoa of Mac) using Scriptaculous

"S.J.Chun" chunsj at
Fri Jun 29 13:37:12 UTC 2007

 Thanks for your help. I also found the ColumnNav thing but it does use
YUI and which is not supported by Seaside yet :-)

First, I think I have to learn Javascript part first. I think fixed number of column
case could be rather easily implemented by current Scriptaculous code. Hard
part which I cannot figure out how it could be implemented is multiple dynamic
column case (which is what NSBrowser does).

----- Original Message -----
   From: Lukas Renggli <renggli at>
   To: "\"S.J.Chun\"" <chunsj at>, Seaside - general discussion <seaside at>
   Sent: 07-06-29 15:42:13
   Subject: Re: Re: [Seaside] [Q] Creating NSBrowser (in Cocoa of Mac) using Scriptaculous

  > I just started to learn Scriptaculous in Seaside to implement NSBrowser like thing.
> There are tons of unknown things to me - I have almost no experience on Javascript.
> Are there any helpful document for this(implementation NSBrowser) or example?

I suggest that you first learn the JavaScript part (there are tons of
Prototype and tutorials on the web). Then it will be
easy to adopt it in Seaside.

Apple is also using Scriptaculous, maybe you can learn from their website:

There is a YUI widget that provides this functionality, this is not
compatible with Sriptaculous though:


Lukas Renggli

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