Thorste, I have to say congratulations!
Your release is inspirational, it's one of the best I've seen and it's awesome to see that the code is available to download. I've been reading through it and I've been very impressed by how clean and well documented it is
Great job, you guys should be very proud of yourselfs. Thanks for sharing your efforts and inspiring me (and hopefully many others) at least.
Thank you for sharing your fabulous work of art.
When I'm out on vacation beginning next week, I have time to study and learn from 2 great examples and a new tool.
1. Your awesome product
2. Jay Garcia's app.zip -- this is using CodeIgniter from what I have read
3. Also play with the new Ext Designer
4. And more time with your LiveGrid user extension
My goal is to become better at doing Ext JS.
I can never thank you enough.
I'm on step four right now
When you have time, look at Thorsten's code. Clearly, he's a leader in this space.
30 Mar 2010, 10:54 AM
Originally Posted by email@example.com
I have looked at making the scrollbar more user friendly and consistent between browsers. During the last 3 days, I made 2 attempts at it and documented it beginning here for the work I done.
In any event both attempts failed. The 2nd was very close and it was very nice. But, IE 6 changes the minimum distance the scroll will move depending on the height of the window, where Firefox and WebKit is a fixed amount.
Our users have expressed on not wanting to have to page through a grid. It's now the year 2010 and I agree with the users. The LiveGrid is there for prefetching, buffering, etc.