[TYPO3-50-general] FLUID and ExtJS (or other widget frameworks)
Timo A. Hummel
privat at timohummel.com
Wed Apr 15 19:57:08 CEST 2009
> In case of FLOW3 think of the possibilities.
> I mean especially the TYPO3CR which has a REST API yet (am i right?). You
> can simply expose the API for load, create, update and delete actions to the
> client side and all widgets (components) could load their data out of the
> box asynchronously (and do all the other CRUD actions). And those components
> - the UI only - could also loaded on demand. Because every ext component has
> an unique xtype and it can be configured by a json string.
Yes, that's correct. But if you only load some ExtJS components here and
there, you give up alot of flexibility of the whole ExtJS framework. I'm
working with ExtJS for 3 years now and in the beginning I also only used
some components here and there, and still using an MVC concept in the
background. During the last year, I started to move the application
logic itself to the frontend, having the UI to use AJAJ calls to control
the whole application.
If there's consulting need on ExtJS, feel free to contact me. Sorry, I
currently don't have enough time to participate actively in FLOW3
> OK... enough dreaming of world domination for today ;-)
> On Wed, Apr 15, 2009 at 5:30 PM, Steffen Kamper <info at sk-typo3.de> wrote:
>> Thomas Fritz schrieb:
>>> Might be a little bit offtopic, but just right now the Ext Team released
>>> their conference a first RC1 of ExtJS 3.0 which has some interesting
>>> Features and updates to the data API (REST, Server Side Data Binding and
>>> Some of these updates or new features could be very interesting for such
>>> feature in the future.
>>> Examples, Demos are hopefully coming soon. This News just came in via
>>> Twitter just from the Conference so give them some time for more
>>> The RC1, API Docs and Samples are already online:
>>> http://extjs.com/deploy/ext-3.0-rc1/docs/ Take a lookt at Ext.Direct.
>> wow - thanks for this info!
>> vg Steffen
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