wthie at thiengineering.ch
Mon Jun 2 05:34:08 EDT 2008
Say you want to use MochiKit functionality then just do a
def beforeRender(self, ctx:
Simply use all MochiKit functionality as provided.
Best working environment for me is Firefox with Firebug installed, if
you want to have a look at some experiments of mine in this area head to
and poke around. Be warned though, those are early experiments of mine,
dating back to 2006
Travis Branham wrote:
> Hi all,
> So, I've been racking my brain for a couple of days on this, and I can't
> seem to get anywhere. My question is: Is it possible to connect to an
> through an Athena LivePage element?
> Just to let you know where this is going, I had planned on embedding a
> map in my web application, using the Google Maps API. The problem, as
> from their servers through the Google AJAX API. Now, I know their Ajax
> API does create a unique namespace for the function calls (eg:
> google.maps.Map2, etc.), but, so far, I have been unable to get a method
> from a LivePage or LiveElement to be able to talk with the Google API.
> Just to be clear, I have no problem simply importing the GM API and
> displaying the map -- my problem is that I want to add markers to the
> map, based on some server-side events. Effectively, I will have little
> to no client -> server communication during a normal visit (except, of
> course, the user's interaction with the map, which happens on Google's
> end anyway).
> When I tried to figure out how to do this in the first place, I tried
> call (a simple "echo" function) directly into the HTML source (instead
> of using the jsClass attribute in LiveElement); from there, I tried a
> number of ways to get the LiveElement to "talk" to the embedded JS. No dice.
> Perhaps I'm missing something, or perhaps what I'm trying to do is just
> not supported. I'd supply some code here, but I really don't know if
> that would be very useful; let me know, however, if you feel otherwise.
> Anyway, any insight will be helpful.
> Thanks a lot,
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