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How to use the Template for Toolkit Listings

We want to keep these tables simple to understand at a glance, and easy to compare across toolkits. So we ask that you adhere to the basic style and presentation described below.

  1. Enter editing mode and use the HTML code and Wiki markup you see on the page or in the template below, to use as the basis for your modifications or new toolkit addition.
  2. So that comparison is possible across toolkits, please don't add new components to the table. Add them in the Additional Notes section below the rest of the table.
  3. To indicate native built-in support for a component ( i.e. not through custom coding or third party widgets or tools) use this Check Mark symbol Check
    (The wiki code for this check mark is [[Image:Check.png|X]]).
  4. Note: To enable developers to verify native support for a component, you must provide a link to a working example of this type of component. Check marks Check without links to working example components or demos, will be removed.
  5. To indicate support for a component using a 3rd-Party plug-in, use this Plugin symbol Plug
    (The wiki code for this check mark is [[Image:Plug.png|Plug-in]])
  6. To indicate support for a component using a 3rd-Party Widget or Library, use this Widget symbol Widget
    (The wiki code for this check mark is [[Image:Widget.png|Widget]])
  7. While it is tempting to show the flexibility of a toolkit through custom coding to indicated that it supports every component type, that would defeat the purpose of this wiki. Adhere religiously to the rules above to indicate the level of support. Use the Check Mark only if there is native support and you can provide a link to a working demo.
  8. If you have a note or comment, keep it really brief in the notes section. Add a numeric link to any necessary longer explanations and put these longer explanations in the Additional Notes section at the bottom of each toolkit page.

Toolkit Name

Links and Information

Toolkit-Name Homepage Pricing Guide]

Supported IDE's

1. List IDE 1
2. List IDE 2


Key to level of support
CheckSupports component natively - no customization required
PlugSupports component using 3rd-party plug-in
WidgetSupports component using 3rd-party widget
To edit this listing please review the guidelines
Component Title Notes & Comments Level of
Link to Working
Page View Type Components
P1 View Type 1: Portal View
P2 View Type 2: List views
P3 View Type 3: Form with vertical navigation
P4 View Type 4: Pop-up Window
P5 View Type 5: Embedded Modal Pop-up
P6 View Type 6: Embedded Modal dialog Boxes
Page Components
P7 Portlet
P8 Horizontal Accordion expandable Panels
P9 Progress Bar (dialog Box)
P10 Communicator Bar
P11 Vertical Expandable/Collapsible Panels
P12 Balloon
P13 Tooltip
P14 Informational Slideout Panels
P15 Window title Bar
Navigation and Controls
N1 Application Title/ Control Bars
N2 Bottom Control Bar
N3 Tool Bar
N4 Menu Bar
N5 Button
N6 Menu button
N7 Tab Panel with Tabs
N8 Tree Navigator
N9 Context Menus
N10 Hyperlink
Form Components
F1 Text Field
F2 Text Area
F3 Label
F4 Check Box
F5 Radio Button
F6 Combo Box
F7 List Box
F8 Date Selector
F9 File Selector
F10 Password Field
F11 Spinner Selector
F12 Suggest Box
F13 Slider Bar
F14 Native formatting and validation capability
Data Grid
D1 Sortable
D2 Column Selection
D3 Context row menus
D4 Editable
D5 Multiline
D6 Column Moving
D7 Custom cells
D8 Filter
D9 Nested
D10 Tree embedded
D11 Pagination
D12 Fixed Columns
D13 Export to Excel/.CSV
Specialized Components
S1 Resize Ability
S2 Rich Text Editors
S3 RSS Feed
S4 Image Display
S5 Color Picker
S6 Charting
S7 Video player
S8 Audio
S9 Animation
61 Components TOTAL SUPPORTED:

Additional Notes

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