Last post Oct 22, 2016 07:10 PM by Mr. Gaia
Oct 08, 2016 06:48 PM|Mr. Gaia|LINK
I'm on the verge of releasing a pretty revolutionary framework for creating rich UI web apps, based 100% on Open Standards, entirely built as Open Source.
The framework is professionally supported, by a company, basing its revenue on Dual Licensing. It holds some pretty unique qualities, which among other things, includes the ability to consume GPL plugins in proprietary software solutions. Due to its usage
of a new design pattern at its core architecture, allowing for extremely loosely, coupling plugins together, without any dependencies between the components at all.
I hope you are interested in taking the time to check out my baby.
Thank you in advance,
Thomas Hansen, AKA; Mr. Gaia :)
Oct 12, 2016 03:16 PM|Mr. Gaia|LINK
Howdy guys, for those interested in an Open Source Ajax Tree View widget for ASP.NET,
feel free to check out this.
The example code, illustrates how to browse your folders in your web site, in 16 lines of code. The tree view widget also allows for search engines indexing its nodes, and you bookmarking items, even though it's 100% "single page app".
The code is "Hyperlambda", which is a way to configure your page. But underneath the hoods, it's all C# and ASP.NET.
Feel free to supply feedback here ... :)
Oct 13, 2016 09:56 PM|Mr. Gaia|LINK
With the Gaiasoul suite, the CEO of Gaiasoul guarantees you the following;
Gaiasoul is an Ajax library for ASSP.NET, among other things, and allows you to extremely rapidly, create, build and deploy, web applications, which you wouldn't even thing was possible to create, before you started using Gaiasoul. The CEO of Gaiasoul, personally
guarantees you, that you will be defining your developer life, in "pre-Gaiasoul" and
"post-Gaiasoul" terminology, if you start using it.
It features some advanced widgets, such as WYSIWYG editor, and Hyperlambda HTML editor, in addition to an Ajax TreeView widget, etc - But really, the magic is in the core, where you can decide all parameters in regards to your HTML, while still retaining
an almost magical link between your server and the client, facilitating for create single page apps, at least 10 times as fast, as you'd create the same apps in other competing frameworks.
Oct 14, 2016 11:11 AM|anuj_koundal|LINK
There is already an Ajax library for asp .net:
ajax control toolkit
Oct 22, 2016 07:10 PM|Mr. Gaia|LINK
Hi Anuj, the performance, and features of these two libraries, are very much different - As I show one example of in the blog at the bottom of this post, where I demonstrate the Ajax Datagrid, and how it downloads no more than 8.7 KB for an 8 column large
datagrid, with 10 items. Still it allows for paging, filtering, inline editing of items, row selection, template columns, etc, etc, etc.
them, would be like comparing a Lamborghini with a Lada. Sorry, I don't mean to be rude, but that's the truth ...
Is this the coolest Ajax Datagrid on the planet?