The version 0.10 of the Atlas toolkit, which allows to easily add a graphical user interface to your programs, is now available for all versions: Java, Node.js, Perl, PHP, Python and Ruby.
In addition to the
setLayout(XSL)(…) functions, you have now also the
(prepend|append)Layout(XSL)(…) functions, which allow to prepend or append HTML (directly, or through an XSL transformation) to the existing HTML code of an HTML element, or to the entire page of the interface. This is useful to dynamically manipulate SVG elements, for example.
Also, for the
(prepend|set|append)Layout(…) functions, the
html parameter can be a string with valid HTML, but also the object returned by the new
createHTML(…) function, which has exactly the same methods as those of the object returned by the already existing
For more details, see the APÏ: http://q37.info/s/gei0veus