As some of you might be aware we recently released the Fluqi library as open source. I won’t repeat the ins-and-outs, but suffice to say Fluqi is a set of helper classes for building websites using the excellent jQuery UI widgets in a fluent manner.
I built Fluqi because I grew tired of typing out the same HTML mark-up on lots of pages to achieve a similar objective. I’ve been making changes to toepoke throughout the development of Fluqi as a dogfooding exercise and thought I’d share some of that experience.
It’s not very pretty, but it is still useable.
The result now looks like this:
Please note however that there are some areas of the jQuery UI website which advise against adding the CSS classes to your mark-up (which is what the SetRenderCSS(true) method does), however I haven’t found any problems in doing this so far. So as always, test it before going into production :).