[Phpmyadmin-devel] JQuery AJAX Implementation - Google SoC

Marc Delisle marc at infomarc.info
Tue Mar 23 13:01:54 CET 2010

Marc Delisle a écrit :
> Meher Anand a écrit :

>> 2) Currently clicking on the Edit icon causes a new page to open and changes
>> must be made and saved there. We can associate the double click event of
>> JQuery (.dblclick) with each of the fields inside a row so that when one
>> would double click on a field in the row, all fields in the row turn into
>> text boxes where changes can be made and once the focus is removed, the text
>> boxes can become text fields again. Once a user decides to commit all
>> changes, he would click the 'Submit Changes' button and he would receive the
>> status update regarding the changes in the table.
> I'm not sure about your suggestion as the double-click is not a popular
> action on a web page. Also, when browsing, one does not have much room
> (take for example a text field or an ENUM or a foreign key with a
> drop-down for the choices).
> How about a new window that would open when clicking the Edit icon? It
> would be similar to the distinct page we currently get.

I mean something like http://jqueryui.com/demos/dialog/modal-form.html

Marc Delisle

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