Month: <span>July 2009</span>

Editable cells with liteGrid

Continuing my series on the development of liteGrid (part 1, part 2), this post will look at how I implemented an add-on module that provides click-to-edit functionality.  There are several different ways that you can handle editable tables in a browser, but the two most common are cell-based editing and row-based editing.  In row-based editing,…

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Tree-Grid Module for liteGrid

For those just jumping on, liteGrid is a lightweight jQuery grid plug-in that’s based on an event-driven architecture.  The core does practically nothing, but through the power of events, add-on modules can extend it with additional behavior.  In this post, I’ll explain the idea behind the event-driven architecture and modules, and I’ll show you an…

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ActiveRecord 2.0 Beta 1 Ships!

It’s very nice to see new releases coming out of the Castle Project finally.  Windsor has been updated, and now ActiveRecord is getting some love.  Highlights include built-in support for in-memory unit tests, LINQ support, and simplified integration with Lucene via NHSearch. You can read more about it over at Morts Like Us.

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Introducing liteGrid, a lightweight jQuery grid plug-in

At my day job, we’re basically stuck re-implementing Excel in a web environment.  (Sidenote: Rob tells me that this is absolutely the correct way to build applications and all web applications should try to mimic desktop applications as much as possible.  I don’t like it, but it’s the cards we’ve been dealt, and we have…

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