[Nitro] Basic Stuff...

George Moschovitis george.moschovitis at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 06:39:12 EDT 2005

If I understand correctly, this isn't something that should be part in
a general framework like Nitro.
You could *easily*  do this form with Nitro and Ruby. You don't *have*
to use AJAX but if you do so, you could create a better user

Check out:



proto/public/js/prototype.js (The Protoype javscript library)

in the nitro-0.19.0 distribution for exta help.


On 6/23/05, Emmanuel Piperakis <epiperak at softlab.ece.ntua.gr> wrote:
> Does Nitro support dynamic forms?
> Let me explain a bit what I mean:
> I have to create something like an excel worksheet; the user will input
> some number in the (lets say) tenant form (rent, expenses, etc) and then I
> would like to have a form that I can connect eg the Total_Rent field of
> the form Cashflow to the sum of all tenants' rents...
> I was thinking of a form where on the left part I have a pull down
> combobox with all the available variables that I could assign values to,
> then = to another combobox with fields like SUM, SUMIF, then third field
> with available "sumable" fields from other classes eg Tenant.rent
> Tenant.utility_charges, and so on...
> This would be like creating a function in excel, but instead in would be
> with nitro. Do you think is is possible to do so? If yes, do I have to use
> Ajax architecture to update the form on the fly, (eg to add one more row
> with another function I press a + sign or something, new row is inserted,
> with corresponding Var = FUNCTION Parameters comboboxes)
> Thank you for you time :-)
> Emmanouil Piperakis (epiperak at cs.ntua.gr)
> {To explore is Human, to Create is Devine,
>   To teach is Primal, to Rule is Sin}
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