Bug Parade Component Review
michelle.dsouza at utoronto.ca
Tue Nov 24 22:10:06 UTC 2009
I've taken a quick look at the bug parade component. I need to spend a little more time with it before I can give you some more in depth feedback. Here are a few starting points that you could knock off quickly in the mean time.
1. I think you've left some testing code behind in the parade.html file such as the afterRender listener and the 'inlineRichTextEditSetup' whose contents should just be in 'demo.initInlineEdit'.
2. You don't need to use fluid.wrap to wrap your selector when creating a component. The call to 'fluid.initView' will find the container for you.
4. We generally try to create our components so that they 'work' to some degree when simply loaded from the file system. This helps to involve more people in the component development process - for example there is no reason to require a back end for someone who is working on look and feel for a page. It looks like you've got some demo data in the component so perhaps when loaded from the file system you can use demo data instead of doing an actual search.
Hope this is useful,
Software Developer, Fluid Project
Adaptive Technology Resource Centre
University of Toronto
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