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Richard Thomas' Blog:
jQPie 0.3 released
April 30, 2007 @ 08:36:00

Richard Thomas has released the latest version of his extensible framework today - jQPie 0.3.

The main thing in this release is the addition of an auto complete and a grid example based of the extjs library, One thing to keep in mind the css files provided by extjs will overrun pretty much any css you have, the main one being ext-all.css, It seems some things are set in here that are required for the examples to work but at the same time it styles pretty much every element in existence.

jQPie is a "a lightweight PHP interface to jQuery. The lightweight interface allows multiple ways to interact." It also has a plugin interface that allows other modules to be built on to the core functionality. Check out its wiki for more information.

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Richard Thomas' Blog:
jQPie and Ext
April 19, 2007 @ 09:21:00

Richard Thomas reports on the latest functionality to be implemented with his jQPie framework - Ext support.

I had planned on building some extra functionality into jQPie to fit certain needs but after playing with Ext and its jQuery support all my needs have been met. A basic example of the paging/data grid module running off php, works pretty nice. http://projects.cyberlot.net/jqpie/examples/paging.html

The jQPie project provides a lightweight interface to iQuery. Check out some examples of what it can do on its wiki page.

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Richard Thomas' Blog:
First jQPie release, 0.1
March 26, 2007 @ 08:34:00

Richard Thomas has officially released his first version of his jQPie software he's been developing.

Svn code had some issues in IE, this has been cleared up. New dynamic table sorter added and overall code cleaned up. Table sorter was redone from the ground up and is now a complete rewrite from my original demo code I used as the base.

He's looking for other developers out there that are interested in making the port of the PHP part to other languages (the "slices of pie" to make it portable). If you're interested, go grab the latest version from his SVN repository.

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Richard Thomas' Blog:
The Pie in jQPie (and a Contest)
March 20, 2007 @ 07:44:00

Richard Thomas, creator of the jQPie helper application (PHP for jQuery) is suggesting a broader scope for the project in his new blog post:

Now I have slightly larger goals, the Pie represents the slices of code I hope to pack within. Currently there is a php5 slice, and another person has shown some interest in working on a php4 version.

Now I am looking for you! Yea you there the one looking at jQPie thinking it would be cool to use but your knee deep in Python, or Perl, or any other language.

His ultimate goal is to have a single javascript library that can span as many languages as it can right out of the box. To help the effort along, he's offering 2 cash prizes to developers - one for the Python/Ruby-ers out there and the other for Perl-heads. The best, most complete (working) library wins. Keep an eye on his blog for more details on the contest and when it starts.

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Richard Thomas' Blog:
Pjq becomes jQPie - jQuery PHP interface extension
March 05, 2007 @ 07:48:00

Richard Thomas has decided to change the name of his project from the generic "Pjq" to something a bit more distinctive - jQPie.

I have expanded on this further, found a tastier name and now have a project page up http://projects.cyberlot.net/trac/jqpie/wiki. Added an cheesy jQuery/Interface autocomplete example although I would of preferred a json approach to the xml but it works never the less.

The jQPie project provides a way to link Javascript and PHP easily through the jQuery library with simple requests to use things JSON statements and direct output in your Javascript application.

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