deryck at samba.org
Wed Nov 2 22:50:03 GMT 2005
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Hi, Tridge and all.
applications (or AJAX apps, if you prefer the
goofy-geek-chic-term-of-the-month ;-). I tied this around work for my
Google web apps tutorial, which had materials due yesterday for a
library (in fact it includes bits from AJAXSLT, which Google released.) I
think it might work nicely for SWAT development in Samba4.
It still has a ways to go yet -- drag-n-drop support and other "widget"
controls, for example -- but the basic xmlhttp and xslt stuff works well.
Seemed like a good idea to toss it out and get feedback early on. Anyone
who wants to take a look can see http://romeo.lib.auburn.edu/gkit/.
There's a tarball of what is used above at
The "tests" stuff isn't very sophisticated; they were just hacked out for
me to do cross-browser checks quickly. But maybe you all can get the idea.
Thoughts? Do people like this approach for SWAT (as compared to the
heavier built-in widget, toolkit approach)?
Deryck Hodge http://www.devurandom.org/
Samba Team http://www.samba.org/
"This is the 21st century ... Magic isn't dead." --Marillion (2001)
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