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The Dojo Boilerplate is a set of files to help you rapidly get up and running with the Dojo Toolkit. It illustrates some basic best practices when working with Dojo. The Dojo Boilerplate is licensed under the New BSD license.
Find the module of the dojo you want to attempt. This will be a module under the root dir. Inside you will either find the default directory or a specific language directory. If you only find the default directory, follow these instructions. Once the folder structure has been updated properly you can continue, make a copy of the default project of whichever language you want to run the kata with.
The use of checkboxes is configurable and enabled by default. The CheckBox Tree uses it own so called multi-state checkbox to represent the checked state of a data item. However, the user can substitute the multi-state checkbox with any widget capable of representing a 'checked' state. Whether or not multi-state is allowed, or dual state only, depends on the store model configuration. If however, you elect to disable the checkbox feature the CheckBox Tree acts like the default dijit Tree but still offering some of the additional benifits like the ability to hide branch and/or leaf icons and all other styling features.
A Dojo application generator for Yeoman. Because of this structure, a Dojo application is completely agnostic to the server which delivers it in both development and production environments and requires little to no configuration of the server. It will work equally as well with nginx as it would with Apache Tomcat.
controller is a Dojo based package that implements the concepts of Commands and Actions in order to allow developers to easily abstract and centralise their control code in an application. This code is inspired by modules from Maqetta.
hokan is a package of AMD modules that provide tools to work with persistent local storage. In particular it provides a Dojo Store API interface to persistent local storage. The modules provided here should work with Dojo Core 1.8 or later.
Version 1.x of bd-load was rolled into Dojo back in 2011 and is probably the second-most used AMD loader next to Requirejs. It is still the most capable AMD loader today and contains many features and capabilities not available in other loaders. It is also one of the fastest and smallest. Although it was important to add tons of capabilities and features into the loader back six years ago for historical and marketing reasons, much of that machinery was never needed to build optimal applications.