Your reasons for using Yahoo I also see. But indeed there is no future
roadmap I asked in the forum and no answere from yahoo people. If I
compare with dojo (http://www.dojotoolkit.org) dojo is more eleaborate
and also wants to make a datawidget (they have sortable tables
already) but the Yahoo API is less difficult to use and has better
examples and documentation to start with.
> Thanks, but I'm actually more interested in the framework surrounding
> Yahoo's Grid widget (if one ever comes into existence). I need to add
> on quite a bit of functionality which I don't expect any existing
> widget to have. I'm basically looking to drink the Yahoo UI kool aid
> :) I already like the fact that YUI is a professionally developed api
> backed by a large company. If they release a few more widgets and
> perhaps communicate a little more regarding the future roadmap, I'll
> > Hi,
> > We used activewidgets GPL 1.0 see http://www.activewidgets.com
> > One nasty thing with activewidgets is changed to a license structure.
> > You can see demo at our site
> > >
> > > Can we expect a grid (data table) widget in the next release?
> > Obviously HTML table already
> > > exists but I mean a widget that allows sorting, show/hide columns,
> > re-order columns, etc.
> > > I'm looking for a good framework which I can extend for my own
> > (fairlly specific) needs.
> > >
> > > (I noticed that the calendar widget makes heavy use of html tables,
> > make me hopeful ;) )
> > >