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From Carsten Ziegeler <>
Subject Re: RFC: Ajax Roadmap
Date Tue, 13 Dec 2005 00:50:25 GMT
Jeremy Quinn wrote:
> Refactor Cocoon JS
> ------------------
> forms-lib.js and cforms.js get merged into a new file that will  
> contain all (non-ajax) CForms-specific code in the following  
> namespace: cocoon.forms.cforms.
> Any ajax-specific code from the files above and from cocoon-ajax.js  
> go into a new file in the following namespace:  cocoon.ajax.cforms.  
> This is only loaded by your browser if you have Ajax enabled in your  
> form.
I think this global switch is a misconception. Can we change the meaning
to: "use ajax if it's enabled in the form *and* if the current browser
supports it?" Currently I only have the choice for switching ajax on for
*all* users. Now if they happen to have turned off javascript, they
simply can't use the form.
So I would prefer to have a detection mechanism, if the current browser
supports ajax or something like that.

Apart from that a general +1 for your ideas.

Carsten Ziegeler - Open Source Group, S&N AG

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