The latest version of Dojo Bootstrap has been released in beta. There are a number of new features and changes. The biggest and most obvious change is Dojo Bootstrap is now completely Dojo widget-based. This means you can now use Dojo Bootstrap the same way you would use any Dojo widget.
I recently developed some code that required the use of dojo.string.substitute. I have used this module before but I never really researched it’s full potential. I understand it is the basis for Dojo’s Dijit templating. I needed to know more…
I got a new S Pen with Eraser for my Galaxy Note 2 today. I spent an hour or so trying to figure out how to make it work. I knew that detaching the original pen put it in the correct mode for using it but while the pen was attached, it new S Pen [...]
I had plans to build a panel that provided to ability to collapse it’s contents. Since I was using Twitter Bootstrap, I figured I would create another Module for the Dojo Bootstrap that was similar in functionality to the Collapse module. Before I started coding, I figured I should try the Collapse module itself to [...]
The new Dojo 1.8 has some really nice features. One in particular is the dojo/request/registry. It allows you to register providers against a URL pattern or other criteria. The provider can be one of the existing dojo providers or your own custom provider. With this in mind, you can register a custom provider that will serve simulated data to your code.
I have been using Twitter Bootstrap lately due to its appearance and simplicity in creating basic pages and complex layouts. I wanted the use Dojo to develop a recent project but I felt that Dijit would be too much for my needs so I decided to use Bootstrap again. The problem here is that Bootstrap [...]
Mootools, downloaded from github, comes with packaged with a utility called [...]
I ran into an issue while using the Facebook Graph API. I could never get the session to change from null though I was successfully being authenticated. Turns out a call to getSession() should be performed in the callback page. Calling getSession immediately stores the session information from the Request object. From that point, your [...]