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Drobs: Taking The Drag Out Of ‘Drag ‘N Drop’ Web Pages

By Todd Cochrane

Abstract

Drag and drop' interaction on web pages can be achieved using a number of technologies, for example: Flash or Java embedded on the web page, and DHTML. In Drobs (`DRaggable' OBjectS), development of `drag and drop' interaction is undertaken by providing the maximum "degrees of movement" for a draggable object. Adding constraints on the `degrees of movement' then refines interaction. This approach is described using the development of `drag and drop' into a scrolling window on a web page as an example. A version of a Drobs object library in DHTML is presented

Topics: programming, object
Year: 2002
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