[Seaside] Re: Re: Re: Re: Ajax delete component
onlyworksif#childrenstillreport all previously deleted components?
ssastre at seaswork.com
Wed Feb 20 14:23:44 UTC 2008
> > The question is, what would be useful for other frameworks?
> Sebastian makes some good points on jQuery: I've been reading
> on it and
> jQuery code reads really clean and succinct, it has no conflicts with
> prototype (so incrementally using it is painless), it is
> nicely OO, cleanly
> separates base library from plugins, very well documented (2+
> books!), is on
> the rise, and is getting *lots* of plugins
> http://plugins.jquery.com/ from
> infrastructure (like AjaxQueue - serialize possible
> race-conditions) to rich
> UI widgets.
> It might be a good 2nd reference point from which to generalize.
> Thank you again,
Sorry to interrupt but here is a sorteable tree based on jQuery that works with
drag & drop:
I'm looking the plugins and they seems to have covered a wide spectrum of UI
problems quite appealing,
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