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From "Alessandro Vincelli" ...@alessandro.vincelli.name>
Subject Re: Howto use Dojo "standalone" with cocoon ? (does that make senseat all?)
Date Thu, 21 Aug 2008 09:44:01 GMT
Derek,
When I started , I was not really sure about the usefulness
of these blocks.
If I will receive others good feedback, I will be very happy
to put this page on the wiki.
Bye,
Alessandro

----- Original Message -----
Da : "Derek Hohls" <DHohls@csir.co.za>
A : <users@cocoon.apache.org>
Oggetto : Re: Howto use Dojo "standalone" with cocoon ?
(does that make senseat all?)
Data : Thu, 21 Aug 2008 08:14:17 +0200

> Alessandro
> 
> Why not add this page to the Cocoon Wiki; its then
> readily accessible (and findable) by all?
> 
> >>> On 2008/08/20 at 08:46, in message
> <48AC667A.4060807@alessandro.vincelli.name>, Alessandro
> Vincelli <av@alessandro.vincelli.name> wrote: Hussayn i'm
> working on a similar task. I created a simple block that
> contains the latest version of the dojo  toolkit.
> You can get the code and some simple documentation on this
> page: http://devel.alessandro.vincelli.name/item/30.html 
> Let me know
> Alessandro
> 
> hussayn wrote:
> > Hi, Grzegorz
> >
> > thank you for your in depth response. You have pointed
> > me to a whole lot of information snippets,
> > but now my central question is: Where do i have to place
> > what ? It would already help to find something
> > (tutorial/documentation/faq) that tells me in simple
> > worlds, how i have to "add a ready made block to my
> > application". From that i can then derive, how to add
> > the ajax-features into my block (or besides it,
> whatever...) >
> > something like the following list... (just a guess, i
> > might be completely wrong): 
> >
> > 1.) download the ajax-block and place it adjacent to
> > your existing block 2.) install your new block in maven
> > repository 3.) go to your block and add a dependency to
> > the ajax-block there 4.) go to your application context
> > file and ... 5.) ...
> >
> > Isn't there a document, that explains such thing ? i am
> > overlooking it ? sorry for beeing so unknowing and not
> > able to see, how it works. i am sure, it is trivial, i
> > just dont see it... (maybe i have to look into the
> > cocoon-2.1 docs ?) so, thank you  in advance for any
> further explanation.  >
> > best regards,
> > hussayn
> >   
> 
> 
> 
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