Cool Tools In the Developers Toolbox - Vocabulary Widget

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Cool Tools In the Developers Toolbox - Vocabulary Widget
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Vocabulary Widget - Cool Tools for Data Capture
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2014
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The ANDS Vocabulary Widget allows you to instantly add Data Classification capabilities to your data capture tools through the ANDS Vocabulary Service. The widget has been written in the style of a jQuery plugin, allowing complete control over styling and functionality with just a few lines of javascript.

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and the widgets themselves what ways
that people can really enhance and their existing or new web pages or
applications that they're developing for data capture and things like that the widgets have been developed in a way that they're really simple to integrate so there literally is three lines of code that you can plug into your applications and they'll work straight out of the box the install you get with the three lines of code it is functional it's fairly vanilla it works as it says it works but it's being left open in a way that you can configure all the styling additional functionality and then really if there are some developers that it's they need additional functionality that can extend it as well it's open source the widgets themselves will facilitate well describing well connected data collections and obviously we use them throughout the ant registry and research data Australia the
vocabulary widget we've had for a while in research Australia we also have had it in the ad record screens in the registry and this is it's sort of a multi-faceted widget as in you can have it as a drop-down list you can have it as a search it can also be configured to have the browser ball tree structure like we have on the Browse page in research data Australia and this widgets is really going to be helpful for people that are building data capture tools or applications where they're specifying specific subjects or no vocabularies so for let's say somebody with data capture they can embed the widget and have a look up for a answered if I were codes and and they can enable which of this description of their data the photos that are currently supported are the ones that we have installed so we have the a and said SOC fo are codes the SEO codes and obviously the roof CS folk apps from 1.5 now a lot of these widgets are configured to point to our services but by all means developers can download them set up their own vocabulary services and point at which kids to those so that they are reusable in that respect as well
so again just the address research data Australia that I answered all that a you thought / developers and this is basically the homepage that's so at the
top we just have a couple of menus obviously to the widgets the web services the registry of software and the community itself so I'll just click
on the widgets when you come in terms of the widgets landing page which has a listing of all the widgets that are available as you can see the widgets
themselves are really well documented we have some use cases for how people might want to use them a little description
about the widget itself quick links to the sections within the widget documentation the immediate downloads of the software itself sort of packaged up widget that people can install you'll notice that there's two widgets to download options there the first one is just that the source code as it normally is the second one is a minute I'd version which is basically the code all stuck together onto a single line basically to make it faster for the applications to read and download as I
said that they're really easy to implement the basically copy and paste the code here and put it into your web page and you'll have very functioning reach it we have a few demos on the page to see to show people how they can be configured themselves and then further down here you can see that they can be customized and then down the bottom in
this is pretty much the same across all the documentation there's a section on configuration which probably doesn't mean a lot to me into it to others but it's if you're a developer you'll understand for the properties in and things that can be passed or implemented in the witch of themselves to customize the look and feel and the functionality itself in in the region
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