Hi folks,

is a drag & drop feature supported in formspider?

I saw, you use something in calendar, but any general demo with this feature would be perfect.

Thanks, Tomas

asked 10 Apr '13, 07:59

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I need to build a simple application similar to this demo (in ExtJS): http://docs.sencha.com/ext-js/4-0/#!/guide/drag_and_drop

But have a problem with a D&D feature which would be extremely useful in this case.

Many thanks for any suggestion or simple demo help.



answered 10 Apr '13, 08:04

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Hi Tomeo,

I am looking at drag and drop also, can i ask what exactly you like to do? Drag and drop between Grid and Grid, or Grid and form Panel? (or something else? Maybe we can work together to get this done :)

Best, Michiel A.

(10 Apr '13, 09:12) Michiel A

Hi Michiel,

I need to implement just a simple app, which would distribute unassigned list [let's say represented by "Truck reg. plates"] into few separate sections [in my case "Loading ramps for truck"].

Based on suggestion from FS, I would try to implement it by using Grid (as a source for unassigned list) and separate trees - where a Drag & Drop functionality is supported.

Thanks, Tomas

(10 Apr '13, 10:05) Tomeo

Hi Thomas,

So would it be the ideal solution to have drag & drop between grids? This is something i might want to have for planning shipments to trucks/containers etc.

(10 Apr '13, 13:34) Michiel A

Hi Tomas,

Unfortunately, the drag&drop feature is only available for calendar and tree components.



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