jQuery (focus) delegate plugin

Justin Obara obara.justin at gmail.com
Thu Sep 30 13:02:03 UTC 2010

Hi Antranig, 

I guess we could start by adding FLUID-3767 to bug parade and we can see if we have time to get to it. As for InlineEdit, I think that the two new approaches we are taking for inline edit will pull us away from our focus/blur issues and even IoC. We'll see how it goes, but should have  a better idea by the end  of today.

On 2010-09-29, at 8:42 PM, Antranig Basman wrote:

> As part of some upcoming CollectionSpace work relating to focus issues involving the autocomplete widget, I was evaluating the status of the "jQuery UI delegate plugin" as part of our distribution. I was about to suggest that it be folded in, when I found that we had it already. Michelle then asked whether this was the same as the new "delegate" function supplied as part of the latest jQuery 1.4.2 API
> http://api.jquery.com/delegate/
> It appears it is not precisely the same, but by my reading, the same functionality that was in the plugin overall has now been provided as part of the core framework, down to the "specially named" new events "focusin" and "focusout". I have raised
> http://issues.fluidproject.org/browse/FLUID-3767
> initially as a blocker for the coming release since I think it is an important goal to absolutely minimise the total download size of our framework for clients where we can, but clearly we should punt it if our other workload doesn't leave time to check it out.
> It was sounding like there are some issues surrounding the current work on InlineEdit that were reported today involving multiple inlineEdit widgets being active at the same time that might benefit from the functionality here.
> Antranig.
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