Using Dojo with Apache Click
2014-07-19 22:04:35 GMT
Did Malcolm properly resign by notifying the Apache Board and has a new PMC Chair been chosen? This is the second project report that hasn't been delivered. Regards Scott ---------- Forwarded message ---------- From: Brett Porter <chairman <at> apache.org> Date: 17 January 2014 05:24 Subject: ASF Board Meeting Summary - January 15, 2014 To: committers <at> apache.org The January board meeting took place on the 15th. The following directors were present: Shane Curcuru Doug Cutting Bertrand Delacretaz Roy T. Fielding Jim Jagielski Chris Mattmann Brett Porter Sam Ruby Greg Stein The following officers were present: Ross Gardler Rich Bowen Craig L Russell The following guests were present: Sean Kelly Daniel Gruno Marvin Humphrey Henri Yandell Daniel Kulp David Nalley Noah Slater Hadrian Zbarcea Jake Farrell The December minutes were approved. Minutes will be posted to http://www.apache.org/foundation/records/minutes/ All of the received reports to the board were approved. The following reports were not received and are expected next month: Report from the Apache Click Project [Malcolm Edgar] Report from the Apache Helix Project [Kishore Gopalakrishna] Report from the Apache jclouds Project [Andrew Bayer] Report from the Apache Mesos Project [Benjamin Hindman] Report from the Apache Onami Project [Simone Tripodi] Report from the Apache OpenJPA Project [Pinaki Poddar] The following resolutions were passed unanimously: A. Increase Brand Management Budget B. Increase Executive Assistant Budget The next board meeting will be on the 19th of February.
I'm looking for some guidance from any Click users who have used Click Tables in their work. In particular, I'd like to know any "rules of thumb" for designing pages (or sequences of pages in a workflow) so that table pagination works consistently.
You see, I have a first version of a relatively simple application built using Click. In one sequence of pages in a workflow, I'm using a request parameter from the query string to dynamically choose the data to display in a table of results. The obvious problem with this approach is table pagination doesn't function properly because the original query string is not maintained between requests. So page 1 of the table works but none of the other pages in the table do.
Anyone else run into this, choose to continue using request parameters, and find an elegant way of saving state? I'm second-guessing altogether my approach of using a request parameter for this purpose.
Any thoughts are appreciated.
Is there any IntelliJ plug-in for Apache Click in the working? tnx -- View this message in context: http://click.1134972.n2.nabble.com/IntelliJ-plug-in-for-Apache-Click-tp7578705.html Sent from the click-user mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
Hi, does a built-in feature exist which automatically refreshes a component using AJAX? I created a Table which displays values from a database. I need to refresh the table once per second. Using jQuery "$.get" and "setTimeout()" would be a solution, but is there a way of doing such things directly in Click? Thanks!
Hi, is it possible to use a LinkDecorator and still get the link text from the DataProvider without overriding the render method in Decorator? The examples show only static text when using LinkDecorator (Either "Edit" or "Delete"). Can I get the link text by property? Thanks!