Check out the center panel’s tabs for a look at Jx. So, I wanted to show a couple of easy examples of what you can do with JxLib. Any idea how this compares with the excellent mootools based MochaUI library? The project Home Page hosts examples and some documentation. Editor and other components. Once those were figured out, and we had full compatibility with 1.
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We have many plans for future releases but could always use a few extra hands. The biggest conversion headache was when I originally worked on getting compatibility with 1. When converting to Core 1. The documentation is still a work very much in progress, so if you are missing information, just ask on the Google Groups list. It allows web jxib and designers to quickly build user interfaces for their applications. Check out the center panel’s tabs for a look at Jx.
I realize that the conversion docs state that checking undefined should be enough but when I tried that at first I got a LOT of weird errors.
So, I wanted to show a couple of easy examples of what you can jxljb with JxLib. In the process of doing so however I learned a few interesting tidbits:. JxLib is a library similar to ExtJS for those that are familiar with it that provides basic UI elements in a hopefully easy and moderately light-weight package.
In addition to being based on HTML and CSS, which provides an amazing amount of flexibility itself, the library’s architecture is based on a plugin system that allows additional functionality to be added to jxllib component at the developer’s discretion.
It has been distributed under an MIT license for a couple of years, but this is the first time we have actively attempted to build an open source community around it.
There’s a ton of functionality jxlkb in and for more complete examples you can check out the examples page at jxlib. This one shows off some of the new work in JxLib 3. The project Home Page hosts examples and some documentation. The other thing I discovered is that Object.
The library is heavily object-oriented with a huge number of classes inheriting from a single base. Hunting down all of those changes took the most time.
Here are 3 quick jsfiddles that you can play around with to get a feel of some of the functionality. Keep it up, JxLib team! JxLib includes layout managers, buttons, tabs, toolbars, dialogs, panels, trees and a basic grid control all designed to work together.
Any idea how this compares with the excellent mootools based MochaUI jxlb All of this flexibility is, in large part, due to being built on MooTools.
Jon Bomgardner is a contributor to the jxlib.
It is also a modular library allowing you to pick and choose from the available components as well as giving you the ability to override default behaviors and extend core classes. New themes can be constructed by modifying the existing themes. The current version was rewritten based on mootools because we felt that mootools was a better platform for JxLib.
I am happy to report that the conversion to Core 1. This change fixed them.
We are excited to share this project with others, and invite users and developers to join the project. If you have any questions or comments feel free to leave those below or in the Google group linked above. The examples have evolved out of test pages, and therefore are a good place to start to see how JxLib things are put together in simple and more integrated ways. Also, if you like what you’ve seen and read here please consider pitching in and helping to make JxLib even better.
For example, in JxLib 2.