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Thread EWB stalled?
Thu, Jan 20 2022 6:10 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

Trinione wrote:

erick,
>I just checked out the sample. Great!

Note: I haven't perfected it yet.  Single lists work great, but mixing data from multiple lists - I haven't figured out why they don't work.  I've single stepped through the library with the debugger until I got lost in their javascript.  It doesn't seem to accept my "group" names.   I'm SO close...

Erick
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Fri, Jan 21 2022 1:27 PMPermanent Link

Trinione

Erick,
There are others which may be easier to integrate. I'll research a few.


erickengelke wrote:

> Note: I haven't perfected it yet.  Single lists work great, but mixing data from multiple lists - I haven't figured out why they don't work.  I've single stepped through the library with the debugger until I got lost in their javascript.  It doesn't seem to accept my "group" names.   I'm SO close...
Fri, Jan 21 2022 4:49 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

Trinione wrote:

Erick,
> There are others which may be easier to integrate. I'll research a few.

Sure, let me know.  I may play with it a bit this weekend, depending on how cold it is outside...

Erick


erickengelke wrote:

> Note: I haven't perfected it yet.  Single lists work great, but mixing data from multiple lists - I haven't figured out why they don't work.  I've single stepped through the library with the debugger until I got lost in their javascript.  It doesn't seem to accept my "group" names.   I'm SO close...
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Fri, Jan 21 2022 8:01 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke


Trinione wrote:

Erick,
> There are others which may be easier to integrate. I'll research a few.

I'm looking at https://github.com/lukasoppermann/html5sortable which is similar but seems more polished.  

Erick
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Sun, Jan 23 2022 5:03 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

erickengelke wrote:

After some work, I got SortableJS working pretty nicely with multiple lists.  This will be very useful.

https://erickengelke.com/nice/samples.html
See Sortables on the right hand list.


Erick
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Sun, Jan 23 2022 5:46 PMPermanent Link

Trinione

Erick,
Looks pretty good! It certainly will be quite useful.

There are a few other useful things EWB lacks which are needed. Shall contact you on this.

Regards,
TriniOne


erickengelke wrote:

After some work, I got SortableJS working pretty nicely with multiple lists.  This will be very useful.
Tue, Jan 25 2022 3:43 PMPermanent Link

Trinione

Erick,
EWB desperately needs a more modern and powerful grid.

Would Tabulator be straightforward to add to Nice Components?

http://www.tabulator.info/
Tue, Jan 25 2022 3:50 PMPermanent Link

Trinione

Actually, this one is smaller and may be a better fit.

https://github.com/frappe/datatable
Tue, Jan 25 2022 5:21 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

Trinione wrote:

> Actually, this one is smaller and may be a better fit.
> https://github.com/frappe/datatable

Interesting.  I will look into it.

Erick
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Tue, Jan 25 2022 6:06 PMPermanent Link

erickengelke

erickengelke wrote:


Frappe has a problem that it doesn't seem to allow sorting to work with specific data types, like money.
So 1,000,000 < 133 < 14 because they are string values.  This flaw is evident in all their examples.

Tabulator is certainly much more flexible and capable, at version 5.x, it handles the above problem very nicely.  But boy does it look like a lot of work to add.  I might consider a subset of the functionality... but this is definitely going to take a lot of time if I do it.

I'd really prefer to see native EWB have more the functionality rather than loading in this huge library which is probably overkill.

Erick
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