Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Yahoo! UI Library adds AutoComplete, Windowing, Menu and More

Category: JavaScript, Library

The Yahoo! team has released another version of the Yahoo! UI library.

I’m very happy to announce today a whole bunch of new stuff in both the Yahoo! Design Patterns Library and the Yahoo! User Interface Library. On the design side, there are more than a dozen new patterns (as well as oft-requested examples for some existing patterns like Tabs and AutoComplete). On the development side, we’ve updated all the existing components and broadened the platform’s reach with several important UI controls. With this release, we’re offering CSS packages for the first time. And, as part of the evolution of our open-source processes, we’ve migrated YUI Library distribution to SourceForge.

New Controls in this Release

Posted by Dion Almaer at 8:41 am
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I really like to see companies like Yahoo! doing this. Even if you do not like their coding style, or do not want to use their entire library, they still are providing a great resource of code and examples to give developers ideas for their own projects.

Just my 2 cents…

Comment by Philip Plante — May 11, 2006

Yahoo becoming developers’ best friend

Yahoo released a new version of their YUI library yesterday. I have to say I’m very impressed with what these guys are doing–they’re taking Microsoft’s place as the most developer-friendly company on the Net. Some of the cooler things they’re

Trackback by JasonKolb.com — May 11, 2006

How do these compete with prototype and scriplicious?

Which should we use?

Comment by Marc — May 11, 2006

Try AJAX autocomplete component AutoAssist, it’s quite easy to use than YUI’s one.

Comment by Cheng Guangnan — May 17, 2006

no it is not.

Comment by Tomato Soup — May 25, 2006

[…] AutoComplete, Windowing, Menu and More: A Second Beta Release for the YUI Library […]

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Yaho UI’s Dialog seemed a bit puzzling to me! I couldnt manipulate my code to make it work for multiple usages. I used AJAX. I called the basic dialog the first time, it was fine. Then I tried to call the function with another data source, the basic dialog still held the old data. Strange!!!

Though, overall I am happy to code for http://www.track-issue.com/ with YAHOO UI!

Comment by Raman — December 11, 2006

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