Highland.js is an interesting library for working with node-like Streams that can be used within the Browser. While most of what it does is
not really necessary with jide.js, I still thought that it might be interesting to see how it can be used together with jide.js.
Before we start, let me say this: The following tutorial, while interesting, is not compatible with jidejs-1.0.0-beta2. While writing the demo for it, I noticed a few bugs (will be fixed in beta3) that prevent the code presented here from functioning properly. I believe it is still a very interesting article about jide.js and highlights […]
Today we’ll create a number of controls that allow you to add notifications (think of Growl) to your website.
To do that, we need to create two controls: A
Notification and a
Notification will be the actual notification that displays your message to the user, while
NotificationArea will be an area on the screen where the notifications should be displayed.
There is an almost unlimited amount of useful or interesting controls you could create with jide.js. This time, we’ll create a page layout that has a collapsible sidebar. This type of control is extremely common for mobile applications, where screen space is a limited resource. As always, you can find the finished control in my […]
jide.js comes with a simple class framework,
jidejs/base/Class, however, you don’t have to use it if you don’t like it.
jidejs/base/Class is quite simple. It helps you to extend from other classes, mix in other objects and define custom methods. Things tend to get ugly when you need to define ObservableProperties, though. Let’s take another […]
As some of you might know already, I have been working hard to create a new kind of UI toolkit for the web: jide.js. Last week, we have released version 1.0.0-beta2. In the future, I will regularly blog about jide.js and show examples of what can be done with it. Now, before we discuss todays […]