[Seaside] jQuery lightbox prompt
bobn at rogers.com
Mon Mar 1 13:27:11 UTC 2010
I assume that's the pattern from JQDialogFunctionalTest>>renderLightboxOn:
... but I'd like to do is to effectively defer the building of the scirpt:
() code until the 'onClick: (html jQuery id: id) dialog open;' is triggered.
I don't have enough context until then (domain state would determine the
modal dialog component).
The jQuery lightbox example, as I understand it, sets up the lightbox
component before the #onClick: script, since the script needs the component
id. I'd like to create the lightbox component from *within *a #callback:
... just like the way SULightbox is used.
Thanks again, (and I keep thinking I'm missing something really obvious),
On Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 5:04 PM, Robert Sirois <watchlala at hotmail.com>wrote:
> The way i do it is with a component, like BlahComponent which has something
> renderContentOn: html
> html div
> script: (html jQuery dialog new) modal: true;
> with: [...whatever...].
> Sorry, writing this from memory. Anyway, i sort of template like that. Just
> return that to your page with ajax or whatever.
> Date: Fri, 26 Feb 2010 13:22:43 -0500
> From: bobn at rogers.com
> To: seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> Subject: [Seaside] jQuery lightbox prompt
> One more question about using a lightbox...
> I use a lightbox to present prompts as a nice modal dialog from a callback.
> Is there a jQuery equivlanet?
> A typtical use would be...
> MyComponentSubclass>>renderContentOn: hmtl
> callback: [
> string := self somethingFromTheDomain.
> answer := self prompt: string title: 'Testing'.
> self doSomethingWith: answer]
> MyComponent>>prompt: aString title: aTitle
> ^self lightbox: (MyDialogPrompt prompt: aString title: aTitle
> SULightbox works well with WAComponent>>show:onAnswer:delegation:
> which allows me to build the prompt string within the callback,
> but I can find no obvious jQuery equivalent.
> The dialog examples, like JQDialogFunctionalTest>>renderLightboxOn:
> build the dialog content during rendering, which is too early.
> I suspect it's a simple answer, but I just can't find it,
> and I'd rather not code my own since it would probably be a redudent
> BTW: I really like the ease with which jQuery can be used in Seaside; very
> Replacing my SULightbox is the last bit I need to move my code entirely to
> Thanks for any help,
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