Ticket #100 (closed task: fixed)
|Reported by:||clange||Owned by:||cdavid|
|Priority:||major||Milestone:||JOBAD Complete Code Revision|
|Due to close:||2009/10/09||Include in GanttChart:||yes|
|Dependencies:||Due to assign:||2009/10/01|
Description (last modified by clange) (diff)
- Would it make sense to implement JOBAD as a collection of modules within the jQuery framework? We want to use jQuery anyway. What kind of modularity does jQuery itself support; is it extensible by custom modules? Please find out!
- TinyMCE's plugin interface (for loadable modules that register plugins) is also worth considering -- for those parts of JOBAD that will actually be loadable like plugins, i.e. the services (folding, elision, etc.) and the different GUI elements (menu, toolbar, etc.). See below for an example.
- Also consider the Mathdox approach, as they have implemented their formula editor as a modular library, and they are close collaborators of us and interested in exchanging ideas. (See Jan Willem's mail and [ https://mathdox.org/svn/repos/public/formulaeditor the source code].) How does the Mathdox approach compare against jQuery?