What I really hate about jQuery is that the code is a terrible maze and very difficult to read. So I'm always scared of one potential bug it might happen to my application caused by jQuery and not being able to look into jQuery code to quickly (couple of hours) patch it for at least myself and my customers. – Marco Demaio
- Enterprise Dojo
- Dojo docs
The Dojo Toolkit documentation
- Creating a Dojo chart which resizes according to container size
- On Rolling Your Own - rmurphey
There’s been a lot of activity around my last post, On jQuery & Large Applications. A number of people have asked me why, exactly, I’m so opposed to using jQuery as part of a roll-your-own solution.
- On jQuery & Large Applications - rmurphey
- Create rich data-centric web applications using JAX-RS, JPA, and Dojo
Developing a rich application for manipulating large amounts of data used to be the exclusive domain of desktop applications. Now it can be done in a web application, and you don't have to be a Java™Script guru to do it. Learn how to use the Dojo toolkit to create eye-popping, data-centric web applications and hook them up to a back end based on the JavaEE standards such as JAX-RS and JPA. These technologies allow you to leverage convention over configuration principles to easily wire together complex applications in no time at all.
- Customizing charts using Dojo
In this article, learn to customize the Dojo 1.5 (see Resources) data visualization library called dojox.charting. Explore the basic customizations of Dojo charting, such as plot customization and axis customization. This article also covers the advanced parameters used for chart customization, such as ticks, gradient, and zooming
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