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September 16 2009 - Building web apps with Pentaho and Yahoo User Interface

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Andy Grohe, Project Leadership Associates, demonstrated some of the applications and widgets he has developed using Yahoo User Interface (YUI) technology..

Topics include:

  • Why Pentaho and YUI
  • Highlights of YUI Library
  • Integrating Pentaho and YUI
    • Inside xactions
    • Inside dashboards
    • Standalone Ajax Applications

Slide Deck

PentahoYUI.ppt - PowerPoint format

Recording

The recording is now available on the WebEx service site. Click the link below to download or play it:
https://pentaho.webex.com/pentaho/lsr.php?AT=pb&SP=EC&rID=35259752&rKey=701c5cce1d245390

Pentaho Community Techncal WebEx-20090916 1404
Wednesday, September 16, 2009 10:04 am New York (Eastern Time, GMT-04:00)
57 Minutes

NOTE: This WebEx has a couple places where the video lags the audio. The video doesn't start until about two minutes in. I also apologize to Andy for calling him "Paul" in his introduction.
-Doug

Other Resources

Google Code Project http://code.google.com/p/pentaho-yui/

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  1. Feb 17, 2010

    Michael Tarallo says:

    As an FYI, using the YUI tabbed interface was the first component I used in my G...

    As an FYI, using the YUI tabbed interface was the first component I used in my Guided Ad Hoc example which was the Variance sample. Now with the release of CDF, we now use the CDF tabbed component instead. I added the YUI sample to the platform, about 2 years ago.

  2. Feb 18, 2010

    Andy Grohe says:

    Mike, You were in fact my inspiration for this effort! Once I saw what you ...

    Mike,

    You were in fact my inspiration for this effort! Once I saw what you did with the tabbed interface, I wanted to see how far I could take it.

     I do think YUI is a more rich library than jQuery used in CDF, but jQuery is certainly lighter.  I also find the jQuery javascript harder to explain to people beginning javascript.