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    Mike,

    Very interesting project. Do you have anything that describes how silk compares to node?

    Thanks,
    -Jake
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    Your problem may have to do with nested types. Look at your JSON:

    "__type":"DynamicWebSite.AjaxHelper+AjaxContent ...

    The '+' in DynamicWebSite.AjaxHelper+AjaxContent indicates a .NET nested...
  3. It's definitely a problem with your site. I've made extensive use of Ext with ASP.NET and it works great.
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    Go for it! I've made a LOT of money over the years fixing bad designs like that. You guys who don't truly understand the long term value of separating presentation/logic/data keep me busy!

    Thanks...
  5. "superclass.constructor.call" is JavaScript black magic.
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    I'm in the middle of a project at the moment, but when I'm through I'll put something together. I'm thinking about releasing it as a separate project somewhere.
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    That's not necessarily bad news. AjaxPro has some serious limitations (support for out parameters being a HUGE one) and is quite inefficient. I've had to rewrite most of it to get it to where I need...
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    If you're going to roll your own, DEFINITELY use Ext as a starting point. You're on a fools' errand if you don't. Ext is by far the easiest to extend code base I've worked with in a very long time....
  9. I came across a similar issue w/ embedding Ext components in a non-ext managed page. What I did was to create a viewport instance that was attached to a plain DIV that would be the container for all...
  10. Ok so I searched, and I was brought to this post, which tells me to search. I could be here for hours stuck in a circular hell!
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    I ported it to Ext 1.1, but moving to Ext 2 should be painless. I'll look at it again when I get a chance.
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    I ported the Dojo.gfx graphics library to Ext a while back. It provides excellent abstractions over SVG and VML.
  13. Actually there is one way to do it that works if your panels don't overlap. You can instantiate the browser control itself (IWebBrowser) using an <object> tag. Example:



    <html>
    <head>
    <script...
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    I think what Animal is saying is you need to pass your options in the config instead of the prototype.

    ex:
    Constructor initialized method:



    Ext.ux.ContentBlock = function(config)
    {
    ...
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    andrei,

    Even though you don't see it, his extention is doing the exact same thing as your shortcut example.
  16. I think the term 'declarative javascript' would be more appropriate in describing the config object style of things. While JSON is javascript in form, it does really exist on the wire and/or server,...
  17. Kirsten,

    I don't think you can do what you're attempting with any framework. An EXT panel is nothing more than html and doesn't exist outside its parent frame (be that a frame, iframe or the...
  18. Couple of points:

    First, the requirement to refresh a grid in five seconds or less is definitely a real world scenario. Troy, your comments on web apps having 'out of the box' requirements are...
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    Can I play too? :D jake at jakeonthenet dot com
  20. In my humble opinion sync. javascript calls are bad for one reason: they block the UI thread, and give the user the impression the browser/app is frozen. This is bad UI design.
  21. This is excellent work! Thanks for sharing :)
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    I think for doing ASP.NET work one would be hard pressed to find better tools than VS2005.
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