[MapQuery] Sidebar-Layers Synchronization Recommendation
shoreas at gmail.com
Mon Mar 12 12:18:16 EDT 2012
To some extent, my interest is an exercise in code minimization. Our
current implementation - sans any significant use of JS libraries, is
quite large and complex - although its size is a result of accretion
as much as inherent rule complexity.
Ideally I'd like to be able to hide/show both icon and the related
sidebar entry in a single function call, IAW jQuery's selectors
operations. And a similar kind of sidebar interaction when a map
layer is shown or hidden, although I may be expecting too much from
the libraries here.
On 3/12/12, Steven M. Ottens <steven at minst.net> wrote:
> I checked jqGrid and it looks much better than I remembered. So my
> notoriously weak is exacurated :) It was more aimed at jQuery UI's grid
> I was hoping that jQueryUI's grid would be ready by now, but apparently
> it's on the slightly longer horizon:
> So if you think you can create a data grid on jqGrid, please go ahead.
> Op 3/12/2012 1:56 PM, Arnie Shore schreef:
>> At this writing, I lean towards jqGrid - http://www.trirand.com/blog/
>> - to some extent because of the documentation I've looked at, as well
>> as the capabilities.
>> But i wasn't aware of a "notoriously weak" reputation; there seemed to
>> be no shortage of them when I first searched. Viability of some of
>> these unknown, of course,.
>> On 3/12/12, Steven M. Ottens<steven at minst.net> wrote:
>>> Hi Arnie,
>>> Data grids are notoriously weak in jQuery (compared to Ext at least). So
>>> having a good data grid would be a pretty awesome thing to have in
>>> MapQuery. I think you'll need to enhance the layer class, since ATM you
>>> can not select an 'active' layer.
>>> Do you have an url to the proposed grid? A quick google didn't give me a
>>> conclusive grid.
>>> A few things which would be nice to have in a grid (IMHO) are sorting
>>> and searching. And of course selecting an item in the grid will hilight
>>> it on the map and vice versa.
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