JPolite2 – Close to Launch :)

beta

Check it out!

Features Done:

  • Integration of BlueTrip CSS framework, with Grid System applied on column layout
  • Intregration of Gritter as an utility function to notify users
  • Integration with jQuery UI controls plus themes, as well as module drag-n-drop
  • Complete rewritten of code structure, a smaller core with a strong customization system
  • Module Types – various types of modules can be included and applied on modules easily
  • Theme Support – three sample themes with a switcher,  “Modern”, “Sliver” and “Classic
  • Comprehensive Customization guides
  • Layout Persistencecookie based layout persistence sample, can be customized to save remote store
  • XDO – A RESTful resource presentation layer powered by Chain.js, with messaging and event handling
  • Documentation online

On-going:

  • A generic Theme Builder based on LESS CSS is being developed
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JPolite 2 Beta is out!

 beta

Check it out!

Features Done:

  • Integration of BlueTrip CSS framework, with Grid System applied on column layout
  • Intregration of Gritter as an utility function to notify users
  • Integration with jQuery UI controls plus themes, as well as module drag-n-drop
  • Complete rewritten of code structure, a smaller core with a strong customization system
  • Module Types – various types of modules can be included and applied on modules easily
  • Theme Support – two sample themes are given, “Sliver” and “Classical” 
  • Comprehensive Customization guides
  • Online documentation

On-going:

  • A generic Theme Builder based on LESS CSS is being developed
  • XDO – A RESTful resource presentation layer with message processing and event handling, powered by Chain.js
  • Layout Persistence – sample code will be provided on how to save and retrieve module layout data

JPolite2 alpha preview release

JPolite II Logo

A preview finally!

Features Done:

  • Integration of BlueTrip CSS framework, with Grid System applied on column layout
  • Intregration of Gritter as an utility function to notify users
  • Integration with jQuery UI controls plus themes
  • Complete rewritten of code structure, a smaller core with a strong customization system

Ongoing:

  • XDO – A restful resource presentation layer with message processing and event handling, powered by Chain.js
  • Layout Persistence – sample code will be provided on how to save and retrieve module layout data
  • Theme Support – two sample themes are given, “Grayscale” and “Classical” which can be switched from Firefox View menu
  • Module Types – various types of modules can be included and applied on different modules easily
  • Comprehensive Customization samples
  • Documentation …

Notable feature: when you first open the page, you will be prompted to pick a navigation tab style, Kwicks, LavaLamp or “Traditional”. That is, you can pick your favorite look and feel for the main navigation tabs. Which also means you can easily include jQuery UI plugins and customize JPolite2 without touching the core!

The content of the modules are now just for testing purpose, please note not to be misled 🙂