On 24 Nov 2009, at 09:44, Göran Krampe wrote:
I and a collegue are building a "form engine portal"-kinda-thingie
and we are using Seaside3.0 and Magritte. The goal is to create a
"standard" for describing wizard-like-forms and then to use Magritte
to create a good looking "engine" for these wizards.
Now, as I can see it seems that Magritte has no notion of "pages" as
in a wizard or anything wizard-like, right? So my current conclusion
is that it would be best for us to create the Wizard component that
uses a dynamically generated Magritte component for each "page",
Secondly, how hard is it - or can Magritte already use say JQuery to
do "immediate" validation etc on fields? We need to be a biz snazzy
here and make it look good so I want to be able to do validation
when the user moves focus from a field etc.
Anyway, it is fun to get into Magritte (last time I looked it was
slightly immature and we opted to build our own "similar" thing in
Gjallar instead of reusing Magritte) - but could someone point to
more good examples perhaps? The unit tests are written in an ...
"economic" style which doesn't leave them as easily digested
examples IMHO. ;)
I will try that again
There is a "Magritte-Scriptaculous" package for the immediate
validation snazzy stuff. (I havent ported anything to Seaside3.0)