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AndreaCammarata
25 Jul 2013, 11:22 PM
I'm glad to announce that the TUX components bundle has finally been released under GPL v3 license.
Currently, no commercial license is available, I'll keep you posted about it, but contact me for any questions.

Find out more at:
http://www.tux-components.com/
(http://www.tux-components.com/)(still under development)

Or download the repo directly from git:
https://github.com/AndreaCammarata/TUX

Follow the list of all the examples grouped by component.

Examples

Regular ProgressBar
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/progressbar/index.html

Radial ProgressBar
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/radial-progressbar/index.html

Audio Track
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/playlist/index.html

Editable List
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/editable-list/index.html

Photo Gallery
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/gallery/index.html

Orb Layout
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/layouts/index.html#orb

Time Machine
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/time-machine/index.html

Touch Timeout Plugin
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/gestures/index.html#touchtimeout

Container Field
http://www.tux-components.com/examples/container-field/index.html#address


Looking forward to hear your feedbacks.

sailei1
27 Jul 2013, 3:07 AM
cool

Shyre
28 Jul 2013, 2:56 PM
Hey really great work!

Smooth animations and it look great too. I did find the responsiveness too be a bit long when switching tabs in the examples or ind the temperature gauge view - switching temperatures. "Testing on a iPad ".

Thumbs up all in all :D

IvanJouikov
29 Jul 2013, 7:33 AM
Top notch work, Andrea! Cudos!

gkatz
31 Jul 2013, 1:59 AM
Wow;
thanks for sharing all of this. this is not taken for granted...

jerome76
31 Jul 2013, 4:56 AM
Very nice :) I love the progress bars!

AndreaCammarata
31 Jul 2013, 5:01 AM
Thank you guys for all your feedbacks!
This is just the first beta and the bundle will grow with every new release.
I still have a lot of other components that I need to complete is some local branches so stay tuned for new updates.

In addition, with the first stable release, I will release all the component definitions that will allow you to use these components directly inside Sencha Architect.

thorptech
31 Jul 2013, 8:18 AM
Firstly, great work! many of us will find this useful, particularly when we can easily use them directly in Sencha Architect .

However, I've been very much looking forward to the draggable feature of the Editable List you had working really well with ST1. What's your plan for that now?

Many thanks,

- Ron Thorp

AndreaCammarata
31 Jul 2013, 11:56 AM
Firstly, great work! many of us will find this useful, particularly when we can easily use them directly in Sencha Architect .

However, I've been very much looking forward to the draggable feature of the Editable List you had working really well with ST1. What's your plan for that now?

Many thanks,

- Ron Thorp

Hi Ron,
the Editable List draggable feature is in my todo list already so I'll probably release it before the end of august.

I'll keep you posted about that.
Thank you for your feedback.

jerome76
31 Jul 2013, 1:12 PM
Regarding the single edit mode Editable List (http://www.tux-components.com/examples/editable-list/index.html#singleedit), I noticed that when tapping on the same list item 3+ times in a row the behavior seems unusual, unless you tap on another list item then the behavior will reset. I don't know if you was already noticed that. :)

AndreaCammarata
31 Jul 2013, 1:27 PM
Regarding the single edit mode Editable List (http://www.tux-components.com/examples/editable-list/index.html#singleedit), I noticed that when tapping on the same list item 3+ times in a row the behavior seems unusual, unless you tap on another list item then the behavior will reset. I don't know if you was already noticed that. :)

yes, it's fixed in the beta-2 release, but thank you for reporting that :)

godric.kwok
2 Aug 2013, 4:07 AM
Hi Andrea,

First thanks for your contribution!

And I'm just here to let you know that it's very slow accessing your examples from Hong Kong. I've noticed that they are all in development-microloader mode, so individual js scripts took ~0.5s to 2s just to be downloaded.

Please consider making them non-microloader, so we in HK or Asia Pacific can view your examples snappily. Again thanks for your help.

Regards,
Godric

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AndreaCammarata
2 Aug 2013, 4:12 AM
Hi Andrea,

First thanks for your contribution!

And I'm just here to let you know that it's very slow accessing your examples from Hong Kong. I've noticed that they are all in development-microloader mode, so individual js scripts took ~0.5s to 2s just to be downloaded.

Please consider making them non-microloader, so we in HK or Asia Pacific can view your examples snappily. Again thanks for your help.

Regards,
Godric

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Hi Godric,
yes, I'm aware that the examples can require some times to load because, unfortunately the server where the website and these examples are hosted in located in Italy and it's not really fast.

Please, remember that this bundle is still in beta version and the website is under construction so this is why I suggest you to pull the repo and try the examples directly from your local webserver.

However, thank you for the suggestion and your feedback.

patrick@cloudmatters.co
28 Aug 2013, 6:15 AM
Thanks for the lovely library.

I have been experimenting with Single Editable and found an error on clicking delete.

It seems to me that the method below in Single.js should pass the button argument on, as the onDelete function in EditableList.js expect it. From a behavior point of view I think you are ok because the row is removed anyway.


onDeleteTap: function(button){
this.dataview.onDelete();
},


Best

AndreaCammarata
28 Aug 2013, 6:34 AM
Hello Patrick,
thanks for your feedback and for reporting this issue.

I will make sure that this will be fixed in the beta2 version.

Since this repo is public, I really encourage you to create a new issue directly on github so that I can keep track of all the open issues.

Thank you again.

eeckhev
2 Sep 2013, 5:33 AM
Hi!

Thanks for your components. Nice work!

Is your git repo down? I'm getting a 404 error on https://github.com/AndreaCammarata/TUX ..

Thanks!