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Dijit Tree with Multi State Checkboxes 1.7

Posted on Mar 05 2012
Note: This article has been superceded by the The new Dijit CheckBox Tree. The interim 1.7 release referred...

Dijit Tree with Multi State Checkboxes

Posted on Feb 13 2010
NOTE: The new and fully AMD compliant version of the Dijit CheckBox Tree can be found HERE. ...

Step 8 – Dojo version 1.4

Posted on Jan 13 2010
Just when I started writing this article I noticed a new release of dojo was made available so I changed...

Step 7 – Parent – Child Checkbox Relationship

Posted on Jan 13 2010
Up till this point we have been laying the foundation for our checkbox tree, created the model, put in...

Step 6 Adding Attributes

Posted on Jan 13 2010
Lets go to the next phase of our little project and take a look at our original requirement d: I want...

Step 5 – Create the Custom Model

Posted on Jan 13 2010
The default dijit Tree relies on a dojo ItemFileReadStore to load our Json file however, in order to...

Step 4 Adding Custom Events

Posted on Jan 13 2010
One of the most powerful features of the dojo framework is the event system. To make a long story short,...

Step 3 – Adding Checkboxes

Posted on Jan 13 2010
It is time to start creating our own widget which is going to extend the default dijit Tree widget. To...

Step 2 – The Dijit Tree

Posted on Jan 13 2010
To get started we need to create a template index.html file in our html directory or default.html for...