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The new Dijit CheckBox Tree

Posted on May 24 2012
Introduction For those of you familiar with the Dijit CheckBox Tree project this is the third installment...

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Note: This article has been superceded by the The new Dijit CheckBox Tree.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...