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Thread: Ajax History support

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    Default Ajax History support

    I've ported the yahoo history browser to ext. Many of the changes were culled from various forum posts (eg, getting rid of document.writes), and I removed the yahoo dependency so it now works with any ext adapter. Is this useful to anyone? I can uploaded it to the ux area in the wiki if anyone thinks it's worthwhile.

    Documentation is from yahoo: http://developer.yahoo.com/yui/history/

    Just replace every YAHOO.util.History with Ext.ux.History.
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    Wow awesome! I was looking for this. I'll give it a try!

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    There's a small bug in it btw, just comment out the two 'fireEvent' lines and it should all work. I'll upload a new version soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hani View Post
    Is this useful to anyone? I can uploaded it to the ux area in the wiki if anyone thinks it's worthwhile.
    Very useful and some small samples in the wiki ux area will help people who are not familiar with the Yahoo.history component!

    Thanks
    Marco

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    I agree this should be put in the wiki.
    Jon
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    If this works, that would be great! Would you mind adding this to the user extensions?

    One (small) remark: Maybe the name Ext.ux.History is a little too general. I'd vote for something like 'Ext.ux.BrowserHistory', as more and more user extensions are popping up, avoiding duplicate names for different things might be something to think about.

    But hey, that's just me. Again, thanks for your work and sharing this with us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronaldo View Post
    If this works, that would be great! Would you mind adding this to the user extensions?

    One (small) remark: Maybe the name Ext.ux.History is a little too general. I'd vote for something like 'Ext.ux.BrowserHistory', as more and more user extensions are popping up, avoiding duplicate names for different things might be something to think about.

    But hey, that's just me. Again, thanks for your work and sharing this with us!
    i second this suggestion.

    Thank you so much for your work and contribution.

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    Please keep going! I could definitely use something like this :-)

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    Thank you. This is a great addition.

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