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In short: Simple thing, feel free to declare the widgets directly in the HTML. For more complex solutions program it in the JavaScript section of the document.
 
In short: Simple thing, feel free to declare the widgets directly in the HTML. For more complex solutions program it in the JavaScript section of the document.
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See real life example: [[Dojo_Dijit_and_HTML5_in_Real_world_applications/Dijit/dijit.form.Button| dijit.form.Button in Programmatic implementation and Declarative markup]]
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==Tips and tricks==
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Synntax highlight based on html5:
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<syntaxhighlight lang="html5">
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===Verified in===
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IE 8, Firefox 3.6.22, Dojo 1.6.1
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==References==
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[[Category:software development]]
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[[Category:HTML5]]
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[[Category:Dijit]]

Latest revision as of 21:03, 22 September 2011

Declarative VS. Programmatic dijit vidget

  • Programmatic widget creation is faster because the working in DOM has an overhead on searching elements that should become widgets.
  • Declarative widget creation has some limitation on methods
  • Declarative widget creation allows you to code simple pages faster. If your page isn't too big, the speed difference between declarative and programmatic widget creation is small.

In short: Simple thing, feel free to declare the widgets directly in the HTML. For more complex solutions program it in the JavaScript section of the document.

See real life example: dijit.form.Button in Programmatic implementation and Declarative markup


This is a stub - more to come..

Tips and tricks

Synntax highlight based on html5:

Verified in

IE 8, Firefox 3.6.22, Dojo 1.6.1

References