The WebClient TreeView advanced control was designed to work with existing Plex Active/TreeView pattern functions with minimum changes to the action diagram. Read the following for the instructions (note this article was authored by Andrew Leggett, Senior Consultant for ADC Austin. He can be reached at email@example.com). For example, you may want to implement a
WebClient i+ was recently on display at user meetings in Sweden and Italy, with demos of some upcoming new features like MDI (multiple document interface) support, new Ajax components like slider/progress bar, and Amazon Elastic Cloud (EC2) support.
The latest release of WebClient contains a new optional pattern library with advanced Ajax web GUI control patterns. The two principle patterns released with WebClient 2010 (1.6) are ~TreeView and ~FlexGrid.
The upcoming 2010 release of the WebClient i+ platform will contain optional support for advanced Dojo controls such as the TreeView and FlexGrid components. The TreeView component is self-explanatory. The FlexGrid component is an advanced grid with the ability of adding columns dynamically, advanced font/display formatting, adding images to cells, and more (see the CA
This guide will walk you through the steps required to implement an Ajaxy ‘busy’ indicator for a CA Plex / WebClient application. The indicator signals to the user that the web application is processing their request, and to wait until it finishes. On the web this indicator usually takes the form of an animated GIF
Geomapping Technology and the Internet One of the advantages of web application development is that you can easily integrate or mashup your organizational data with the large array of detailed information made freely available on the internet. A good example of this is geographical mapping data. The uses of having geo mapping data within your
Here is an example of creating a custom template in WebClient. WebClient Ajax grids use a standard Plex model where the user highlights the row to operate on, and then presses a button to drill into other functions. What if you want to use a link model to accomplish the same thing? Here is an