Next in our ongoing series of Dojo Tutorials, we’ll tell you about Layout with Dijit.
Bring your layouts to life
Creating dynamic and interactive layouts is a challenge common to any graphical user interface. We have a lot of ability to create layout with HTML and CSS. Where CSS leaves off, Dojo picks up with a set of extensible widgets as a part of Dijit – Dojo’s UI framework. In this tutorial, we’ll explain how Dijit addresses common layout needs and see how easy it can be to create even complex layouts with just a few flexible widgets.
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Other posts in the series
- Dojo Tutorial: Dojo Object Store
- Dojo Mobile Tutorial: Finishing Up TweetView
- Dojo Mobile Tutorial: TweetView Settings View
- Dojo Tutorial: Layout with Dijit
- Dojo Tutorial: Dialogs & ToolTips
- Dojo Mobile Tutorial: Getting Started with TweetView
- Dojo Tutorial: Dijit Editor
- Dojo Tutorial: Beyond Dojo’s Core
- Dojo Mobile Tutorial: Introducing TweetView
- Dojo Tutorial: Animations
- Dojo Tutorial: Deferreds and Promises
- Dojo Tutorial: Getting Started with Deferreds
- Dojo 1.6 Tutorials – Finally!