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jQuery.PRIMO a convenience library for client side development.

Celik, Mehmet (2015) jQuery.PRIMO a convenience library for client side development. In: ELUNA 2015, May 5 - 8, 2015, Minneapolis, Mn.

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We are a healthy network of +30 institutions and we have been using Primo since version 2. Our main focus point has always been that the maintenance effort of the views needs to be low. I think we explored every possibility to interact with Primo. We even used the Primo API to build our own "User Interface" but quickly moved to using "Custom Views". Although this made maintaining the views easier we still needed a way to show or hide tiles depending on for example the location of the user. Primo has a rich Javascript library but is hidden. jQuery.PRIMO wraps it and exposes the functions in a, "don't reinvent the wheel" self explaining, convenience library/api. Now we can quickly create new tabs, check if the user is logged in and if she is on campus, etc ... I will show how to setup and use the library.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Event Title:ELUNA 2015
Divisions:ELUNA Conference Proceedings
ID Code:1265
Deposited On:22 May 2015 17:56
Last Modified:24 Jul 2016 17:37

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