Posts Tagged 'open source'

conjoon stats from ohloh.net

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conjoon.org/.com domain transfer

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Last night the transfer of conjoon.org/.com was started. We are updating the servers due to the popularity the project gained, and we’ll be back with more performant hardware. We are also planning on providing a live demo, so stay tuned.

In the meantime, please use the address www.conjoon.de, which serves as our fallback domain.

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conjoon V0.1a3 available

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conjoon V0.1a3 is available and comes with an installation wizard.

I decided to publish a feature release first to simplify the setup of conjoon on virtual hosts. The next release is already in the pipeline and will smooth the way for the first release candidate.

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conjoon V0.1a2 is public

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Picture from the conjoon release party

conjoon V0.1a2 was released yesterday. The release was scheduled to be around noon – and luckily, we’ve made it.

This is a pre release – it does not contain an installation script but the setup process should be easy enough if you follow the steps described in the INSTALL file that comes with the release.

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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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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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