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Nebula Grid vs. Tree [message #661842] Mon, 28 March 2011 04:22 Go to next message
Andy is currently offline Andy
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Registered: March 2011
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Hello,

we are interested in using Nebula Grid.
As it is in alpha status, we are a bit concerned of using it.

I've heard that a new major release of Nebula Grid will be released this summer. Is this news still up to date? Will there be any changes in the API?

Regarding this concern, we might use Tree instead. What are the major differences between Nebula Grid and Tree?
I can't find any site, that lists the features in order to find out which additional features Nebula Grid offers.

Thanks a lot and kind regards,
A.
Re: Nebula Grid vs. Tree [message #664296 is a reply to message #661842] Fri, 08 April 2011 06:11 Go to previous message
Thomas Schindl is currently offline Thomas Schindl
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Registered: July 2009
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Hi,

Sorry for replying so late but it's been very busy weeks, with
EclipseCon, holiday, ...

Am 28.03.11 10:22, schrieb Andreas.Burgmann@metafinanz.de:
> Hello,
>
> we are interested in using Nebula Grid.
> As it is in alpha status, we are a bit concerned of using it.
>
> I've heard that a new major release of Nebula Grid will be released this
> summer. Is this news still up to date? Will there be any changes in the
> API?

Yes we/I am still planing to do a release this summer which will be a
0.9-Release of mature components. No there haven't been and there won't
be any breaking API changes!

>
> Regarding this concern, we might use Tree instead. What are the major
> differences between Nebula Grid and Tree?
> I can't find any site, that lists the features in order to find out
> which additional features Nebula Grid offers.
>

Nebula-Grid is tree mode inherits all features you get from Nebula-Grid
e.g. Cell-Navigation, Resource-Management endless themeing by replacing
renderers, row-headers, ...

> Thanks a lot and kind regards,
> A.

Tom
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