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Dev: Project JS Smart 2017-09-06

, By Patcoola

Project Smart is a no programming JavaScript software suite. Smart allows anyone to apply new behaviors to their website, so you can focus on what really matters. Content creators and video stars should not have to learn programming, and they don’t have to with Smart.

Introducing new features: Bars, Sections, More, Restrict.

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Bars allows for three layers of sticky headers and footers. Bars includes a pin layer option and will soon include effects. Bars provides many of the same behaviors as seen with many websites and mobile applications. [See more]

Sections allows content to be broken up into sections to be displayed singular. Sections is great for forms, surveys, questioners, showcases, and menus. [See more]

More is a common feature to assign elements as part of a visible group. Use more to create a show more option.

Restrict, control the input with a regular expression. Use to restrict what can be typed into a text field.

Features adapted to revision 2: As of 2017-09-06

anchors
bars [fxs evaluation]
calc
check box
csv
date
duplicate
label
more
placeholder
radio
relocate
restrict
rows
scale
sections
select
sort
sync
tabs
time
toggle
maxlength (legacy support)
placeholders (legacy support)
labels (legacy support)

Features Pending:

print
img
tooltips
sum [cancelled]
average [cancelled]
highest [cancelled]
lowest [cancelled]

Smart supports:

Internet Explorer 7
Firefox 3.5
Opera 9
Safari 3.2
Google Chrome 1

Legacy support for:

Attribute: placeholder
Attribute: maxlength (with Textarea)
Element: label (modern parent behavior)

 

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