Today we continue our series of Dojo tutorials with Dialogs & ToolTips.
Here’s a tip!
User interaction is extremely important in building responsive, interactive web applications. Web browsers provide basic methods for user interaction in the form of alerts and dialogs but this functionality is not elegant or flexible. Dijit, the Dojo Toolkit’s UI framework, provides cross-browser, extendable, and themeable answers to what the browser’s basic functionality lacks, in the form of
dijit.ToolTipDialog. In this tutorial, you’ll learn about each of these widgets, uses of each, and the ins and outs of creating them.
Check it out!
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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!