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Ext.ux.Livegrid in Sun’s xVM Ops Center

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It’s been in the works for over 2 months now, and I’m happy to finally announce that Sun MicrosystemsxVM Ops Center uses the Ext.ux.Livegrid-component.
Sun xVM is Sun’s overall brand for virtualization and management software, and the xVM Ops Center is a tool for datacenter automization and virtualization management of servers at high-scale.
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A spoonful of sugar – Ext.ux.grid.GridViewMenuPlugin

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#122, tagged as feature request: allow a user to show/hide grid columns using a custom implementation of the grid’s header column menu. More detailed: It should sit in the upper right corner of the grid, right above the scrollbar. Obviously, a solution providing the smallest footprint possible was needed, yet providing as much flexibility that the rendered menu is as extensible as possible.

So I give to you the Ext.ux.grid.GridViewMenuPlugin, a lightweight plugin you add to your grid.

You can find the ...

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Ext.ux.Wiz – a wizard-component for Ext JS

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Ext.ux.Wiz - a wizard-component for Ext JS

Subproject blowout! I was able to release my wizard-component earlier than I thought – possible due to my employer Refined Labs GmbH .

Similiar to the livegrid- and youtubeplayer-extension released earlier, this component grew as a sub-project out of the larger application I’m currently working on.

Since ...

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Ext.ux.YoutubePlayer – a mediaplayer for Ext JS

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Ext.ux.YoutubePlayer - mediplayer for Ext JS

Youtube released it’s chromeless API – time for a new Ext user extension, me thinks!

After a weekend of programming and tweaking I finished the ux today and put it on my server for public download.

The Ext.ux.YoutubePlayer allows developers to embed youtube videos into Ext applications, using native Ext compenents for controlling the video playback. It’ll show the buffer status ...

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introducing cudgets.widget.ListSelectionModel

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A ListSelectionModel represents an interval of selections. A selection itself has two properties: index and selected. The index is a numeric value that points to a position in the interval and selected provides information about the state of the index in the selection-interval: true for selected, otherwise false.

Speaking of GUI, ListSelectionModels are needed when a set of items (a List) is available that allows a user to select/deselect any range of items.

A good programmer (who’s into design ...

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Livegrid made it to GWT

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Glad to see the folks over at GWT-Ext added the Ext JS Livegrid extension into their repository! (Post was maybe worth a twitter, but I do not have an account yet ;) )

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announcing beta release of cucua

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Cucua

After some work on reorganizing the package structure and tuning the project guidelines, Cucua has now it’s first 0.1.0 release, available in /trunk.
Of course there are still some classes missing, but if you want to have a clue on how Cucua works this is a fine place to start.
You can find the phpDocumentor created API-docs here, and API-docs generated by doxygen here. And don’t forget to visit ...

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cucua cowiki set up

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Cucua

You can find the (incomplete) coWiki over at http://www.cucua.org
Do NOT rant about lexical/syntactical errors, as I haven’t had the time to beautify the content yet ;)

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