, "dprusak@..." <dprusak@...>
> > Hi,
> > the source code for 'Targetable affordance' and 'Sortable
> > surprised to see all the extra js code needed before these
> > Are developers expected to code so much before they can build
> > widgets or did I miss something obvious?
> > I have looked at dojo and scriptaculous/prototype, they provide
> > libraries which are more 'plug&play.' Is YUI just targeting a
> > different audience? If YUI really is more of an infrastructure
> > can we expect some articles showing how to use it to provide end-
> > functionality? Thanks.
> From my personal experience, I've tried other libraries which were
> little easier to implement, but I had less control on what I
> do. I also didn't like the fact that I had to send code down to
> user that I wasn't ever going to use. Massive libraries are great
> you really want to spend the time to strip them down so that
> performance will be optimal. But along with stripping down code,
> would you still get the support from the group who maintains it?
> Yahoo UI is very clean, and as minimal as possible, and allows me
> change the behaviour that I need for the products I write. I use
> Connection Manager and Ajax. The support I get here has been
Oops, meant to say Connection Manager and Treeview.