[dojo-contributors] Dojo Gauges enhancement proposal for mobile app
cjolif at gmail.com
Fri Mar 4 04:27:20 EST 2011
Yes, I think themes would be good especially as CSS is removed (due to not
working with all GFX renders) even if we can live without them at first. I
also think consistency is good for end-user to not learn a new way to
achieve something each time he is using a Dojo component and so looking at
charting as inspiration source is good. Or maybe we find a more generic
theming solution that can be applied to both without re-using charting them
On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 6:39 PM, Eugene Lazutkin <eugene at lazutkin.com> wrote:
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> The only thing I would like to see is themes for gauges and other drawn
> widgets. Probably it should be in some ways similar to charting themes
> (reuse them?), and include some specific elements as well, like special
> shading procedures to present visual effects with overlaid gradients,
> and whatnots, or even how to draw specific elements like ticks.
> Eugene Lazutkin
> On 03/03/2011 09:50 AM, Tom Trenka wrote:
> > Hi Emmanuel,
> > I'd love to give you commentary but it looks like a pretty
> > straightforward plan to me =) I like the look of the new ones as
> > well! The only thing I might consider is whether or not gauges should
> > end up being split out into it's own subproject as opposed to living
> > in dojox.widget; given the scope of what you're talking about, I think
> > that would be a good idea.
> > Anyone else have any thoughts?
> > Regards--
> > Tom
> > 2011/3/3 Emmanuel Tissandier <etissandier at gmail.com>:
> >> Hello,
> >> I have created a document that describes some enhancement that I want to
> >> on the Dojo gauges (dojox.widget.gauge) and would like some feedback
> >> the community.
> >> You may find the reference to a ticket inside the document, this ticket
> >> contains some of this proposal.
> >> You may find the document at
> >> Don't hesitate to give some comments so that I can take the feedback of
> >> community in consideration.
> >> Thanks.
> >> Emmanuel
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