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Learning Dojo - richness of components

Paul Wallace
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Joined: Oct 09, 2006
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Hi,

Can you give some comparative information on how DOJO measures up against other javascript frameworks in terms of the richness of the components (dijits) it provides. Is there a particular component area where DOJO outshines other frameworks?

Does DOJO have a input box filter (filters the available selections bases on the characters the user types)?

Regards

Paul
Peter Svensson
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Joined: Sep 29, 2008
Posts: 54
Hi Paul,

This is a bit tricky since I am an expert on specifically Dojo and not any other toolkit I do hav quite good knowledge of a couple of others, like ExtJs and jQuery, but I wouldn't presume to be able to give a comprehensive rundown of the available widgets for each.

To see some of the available widgets and features of Dojo, check out the feature explorer for Dojo that provide a lotof the unit tests for dojo, dijit and dojox, here;

http://dojocampus.org/explorer/#Dojo
http://dojocampus.org/explorer/#Dijit
http://dojocampus.org/explorer/#Dojox

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