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This is a simple example on how to make a ComboBox in Gwt-Ext to populate with XML. HttpProxy proxy = new HttpProxy(“xml/combo_data.xml”, Connection.GET); final RecordDef recordDef = new RecordDef(new FieldDef[] { new StringFieldDef(“id”), new StringFieldDef(“value”) }); XmlReader reader = new XmlReader(“comboitem”, recordDef); final Store store = new Store(proxy, reader); ComboBox combo = new ComboBox(); combo.setLabel(“Combo […]

I was in ruby Ireland last night ( good turn up btw) and it was great to see Paul Campbell talking about Couch Db, a non relational DB in their own words “Apache CouchDB is a distributed, fault-tolerant and schema-freedocument-oriented database accessible via a RESTful HTTP/JSON API. Among otherfeatures, it provides robust, incremental replication with […]

I m doing a lighting talk about jQuery and ExtJs (maybe mention GWT) in the next Ruby Ireland on the 9th of September link I ll add a link to the slides as soon as i finish them, any suggestions very welcome. so far i m doing a quick intro, some of the features, stuff […]

Hi. at some point we all need a click time picker, found this one (in ajaxian) Also in Ajaxian, I found a PNG fix I used the sample and it works, however I can’t make it work on my server, it doesnt even hit the *.htc file.The instructions say that you should give the path […]



This is a firebug extension for measuring accurately the JS performance I have installed and tested it in this site sounds like a good idea and to see it running makes sense will start using it from now on,particularly on extJs sites ;p at the source code for this, is it clean or what?took me little time to get something up and running in a real nice wayThis is a sufficient reason to love jQuery and whoever it is wrote this 🙂 Cheers First Prototype, closely followed by jQuery 😀 then moo