[Web-SIG] API to add a tree viewer / navigator to a web document ?
arw1961 at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 19 19:58:20 CEST 2009
WHIFF now has treeviews.
I will document the usage in a tutorial soonish.
In the mean time here are the test/demos
reloading frame variant:
non-reloading ajax variant:
The implementation supports large externally stored
Source for the implementations and demos
are available from the WHIFF mercurial archive
Hope you like! -- Aaron Watters
"keep off the grass"
Peter Ustinov's requested gravestone epitaph.
--- On Fri, 10/2/09, denis <denis-bz-gg at t-online.de> wrote:
> From: denis <denis-bz-gg at t-online.de>
> Subject: [Web-SIG] API to add a tree viewer / navigator to a web document ?
> To: web-sig at python.org
> Date: Friday, October 2, 2009, 7:29 AM
> for one of you experts, this must be trivial / must
> exist already
> within some big Python-web package:
> say I'm looking at a long web doc.html which has no tree
> view on the
> but I can hack a local tree view file with level, name,
> href like
> + 1 US href= ("+" button expands, "-" folds)
> 2 Alabama href=
> 3 ...
> 2 Alaska href=
> + 1 Canada href=
> Is there a small API that can generate a tree viewer /
> navigator from
> either side by side in the same browser window with the
> remote web
> pages, or in a separate window ?
> (The tree view lines can of course be reformatted to xml or
> the API wants.)
> There are really 2 APIs here:
> a) class TreeView
> b) display the tree view and the remote web page in split
> (Is there a general introduction to Python-webbing
> for someone who knows Python but almost no CSS nor web
> services ?)
> Thanks, cheers
> -- denis
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