[Product-Developers] [ANN] collective.z3cform.widgets 1.0a1 released!
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Tue May 8 19:37:10 UTC 2012
My 2 cents:
Why not creating packages for each widget ? and use collective.js to
package js resources.
I know it does many packages but with zopeskel it's questions of few
seconds and make maintenance easier.
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2012/5/4 Héctor Velarde <hector.velarde at gmail.com>
> sorry for the cross-posting...
> I want to introduce collective.z3cform.widgets, a package currently
> containing 3 widgets we have developed for projects we are working on:
> TaskWidget (which is an awful name that surely will be changed on next
> release) is a widget that lets you add a list of values to a field.
> it was inspired by the widget used to add tasks to an user story in
> Pivotal Tracker (now you know where the name came from), so you can add,
> edit, delete and reorder the values entered easily; it uses the jQuery
> taskplease plugin written by quimera.
> this widget will be used in packages like collective.polls and
> KeywordsWidget is a tokenizing autocomplete text entry that uses jQuery
> Tokeninput and will be used on subjects fields; you can see a demo here:
> RelatedContentWidget (which is an awful name also) is a widget to manage a
> list of relations dynamically created from an ObjPathSourceBinder's source;
> I think it uses plone.formwidget.autocomplete.
> it's very useful on sites with tens of thousands of content items, like
> news sites, where you don't want to show a content tree because is simply
> not practical.
> it works more or less this way: the user clicks the widget button to add
> related items; a modal window is shown; on the left we have the items
> already related and you can erase them from there; on the right we have a
> list of items available to be related; the widget looks for the 10 most
> recently published items and show them in batches of 10 items with a small
> preview; the user can make a text search looking for items that contain
> certain words; the user can drag & drop objects to the list of related
> we are planing a couple of additional widgets based probably on jQuery
> Chosen plugin:
> more info on collective.z3cform.widgets here:
> main developers were flecox and frapell.
> the widgets work for Dexterity-based content types only (to my knowledge).
> comments (and contributions) are welcome! ;-)
> Héctor Velarde
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