Thursday, March 19th, 2009>p>Speaking of bookmarklets, in a recent blog post Nathan Kurtyka discusses a scenario familiar to many Ajax developers:
However, I can’t even begin to think about how much time I’ve wasted hunting through source code hoping there might be some event I can subscribe to (e.g. “What event is published when someone clicks on a Tree widget node?”).
So naturally, he created a little something to scratch that itch:
I created a Dojo bookmarklet that can be used to log all events to the console.
So to not only see how rich Dojo is with event publishing (you probably haven’t been leveraging either), but to also see the bookmarklet in action, head on over Dojo Campus. Just enable Firebug, give the bookmarklet a click, browse the demos.. and behold — events everywhere!!
Check out the blog for the bookmarklet.