Aug 11, 2018
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iX Framework Javascript Widget Framework

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iX Framework is an extensive javascript widget with:

  • grid
  • tree
  • panel
  • tab
  • windows
  • button
  • menu
  • fields
  • accordion
  • column layout
  • data source
  • viewport.


  • Drives with powerful jQuery
  • grid
    • data source grid type
    • inline editing features
    • Grid navigation button
    • column renderer to customize each column (color, font, etc.)
    • column heading drag and drop to change its position
    • sort data by clicking column heading
    • lots of API and features to play to
  • Tree
    • tree with data source
    • support icon for trainers
    • change the default icon for CSS tricks
    • lots of API and features to play to
  • panel
    • Panel with toolbar
    • Panel with button bar
    • Panel can be collapsible
    • Put any component inside panel
    • Lots of API and features to play to
  • Tabpanel
    • Insert a component into the tab
  • field
    • TextField, NumberField and Combobox Field
    • readOnly field
    • Help text to each field
    • tooltip for fields
    • link to data source
    • easy to expand to create a new field type
    • lots of API and features to play to
  • viewport
    • viewport with north, south, east, west and downtown layout
  • The button and the menu
    • button with icon
    • support right icon
    • can change snap style with CSS
    • button group
    • toolbar
    • support for switch button type
    • lots of API and features to play to

Enjoy an integrated widget with theme support and plenty of customization.

Please see the demo

Release Update
– Fix combination box position in chrome
– Add display port demo
– Fix Viewport now does not need to have all of the region's items. you can have
viewport with north, center, just south for example.


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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