Dave Johnson on open web technologies, social software and Java
Over the holidays I avoided doing anything directly related to my current set of work tasks. Sun went quiet, which helped, and I ignored the messages that piled-up in the Roller user and dev lists. It was so quiet that I had time for a fun little project: a JMaki plugin for Roller.
<html> <head><title>JMaki test page</title></head> <body> <h1>JMaki test: dojo.clock</h1> $jmaki.addWidget("dojo.clock") <h1>JMaki test: yahoo.dataTable</h1> $jmaki.addWidget("yahoo.dataTable", "/roller/xhp?id=rss","","") </body> </html>
And here's what that page looks like when displayed by Roller:
I'll write more about the plugin once I install it on this site. If you want some details about how the plugin was developed, you can read the email that I sent to the JMaki dev list: JMaki for Roller issues and suggestions. It links to the Java source code for the plugin.
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