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A new Xforms implementation built using Dojo Toolkit

From: Francisco Monteiro <monterro2004@tiscali.co.uk>
Date: Thu, 17 Aug 2006 12:49:21 +0100
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Yes folks,
 
Ever dreamt of easily writing your own controls using state of the art
frameworks like Yahoo!, Dojo, Google, Backbase etc, light weight schema
processing, template processing, many other features which I think XForms is
truly lacking (BTW it is Xforms 1.0+ compliant). It is very easy to
prototype using this prototype!
 
Look no further, at the following location you will see a subset of the
implementation capability
 
1) http://showoff2.awardspace.biz/pack/pack/examples/address.html
A full blown template control, template processing done using Dojo
<http://dojotoolkit.org/> and Trimpath <http://trimpath.com/>  and data type
validation (supports all W3C schema types). Partial support for Schematron
processing!
 
2) http://showoff2.awardspace.biz/pack/pack/examples/tabswitch.html
A very easy way to get tab switch, none of the trickery relating to css bla
blah. Uses widgets from TurboAjax <http://www.turboajax.com/> 
 
3) http://showoff2.awardspace.biz/pack/pack/examples/tabswitch.html
 
Straight Dojo off the shelf widgets used as XForms controls
 
Want to try your hand at using this implementation, send me an email.
 
Please note the demo is running on a very slow server, if you see errors
regarding instance load please hit the reload button.
 
Regards
 
Francisco Monteiro
francisco[at]monteiro.co.uk
 


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