[Seaside] JQuery dialog radio buttons
renggli at gmail.com
Mon Dec 28 13:00:54 UTC 2009
No, that looks ok. Do you have a form-tag around your elements.
The #serialize: method sends the form elemnts to the server and
triggers the callbacks. The argument is a query selecting the elements
to be serialized. The #serialize... methods are just convenience
methods with the most used queries (see method comment).
On Monday, December 28, 2009, Ramiro Diaz Trepat <ramiro at diaztrepat.name> wrote:
> Thank you very much for your replies.Evidently there's still quite a few basic things I don't know about ajax / jQuery. What is (conceptually) #serializeForm, in what situations should be used?
> By the way, if I try adding this simiple onChange: to the radio buttons, I still don't get the callbacks' block to be called.
> html radioButton group: group;
> callback: [self newSimulationTemplate: template]; onChange: (html jQuery ajax serializeForm);
> with: [.....
> May be Lukas meant something different?Cheers
> On Mon, Dec 28, 2009 at 9:57 AM, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I think if you look in JQFormFunctionalTest's
>> #renderLabel:control:model:on:, you'll see that it is outputing
>> complicated though for what you want. I imagine you can just do
>> something like (untested):
> Yeah, this is a bit complicated because it tries to render all
> possible form controls using the same method.
>> html radioButton
>> group: group;
>> onChange: (html jQuery ajax callback: [ ... ]);
>> with: [...]
> The simplest is if you serialize the complete form. For example if you
> register the following script for change events on each form element
> html jQuery ajax serializeForm
> you will trigger all callbacks of the enclosing form whenever
> something changes, essentially keeping the form persistent all the
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