New on Adobe Labs: Spry framework for Ajax

The Spry framework for Ajax is a JavaScript library for web designers that provides functionality that allows designers to build pages that provide a richer experience for their users. It is designed to bring Ajax to the web design community who can benefit from Ajax, but are not well served by other frameworks.

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3 Responses to New on Adobe Labs: Spry framework for Ajax

  1. David J says:

    Jen, why can’t you put this in Dreamweaver 9?DJ

  2. Russ Warren says:

    Problem with two un-bound Spry regions. In a contact manager app, I have a database with 7K+ records. I’m trying to convert the user’s “search” page to use Spry. The Spry region works fine that captures results of the user’s search criteria. However, a second hidden region does not work. The hidden region captures statistics such as total rows, total pages and current page number. I need this to “page” thru the search results. Using IE6 refresh, both regions get populated. However, when I use a navigation bar to page the data (first, previous, next, last), a loadData() call fails to populate the data. Here is a code fragment. The second loadData() fails:dsSearchResults.setURL(“PgContactXML.php?”+argList);dsSearchResults.loadData();dsDataStats.setURL(“PgContact2XML.php?dataStats”);dsDataStats.loadData();If I cut/paste the 2nd URL into my browser, the XML data displays correctly. I think that all the code examples show bound regions. Are un-bound regions precluded? Any Spry options to capture one row of disparate data that contains the stats that I need after performing a query?