Yesterday Phil reminded me of an important feature that I had only half-implemented: condos.
I finished that off today. The part I'm unsure about is how the map will handle them. I'm using Google's tabbed info windows, but those can only support three tabs. Yahoo! and I had a discussion about it a while back without much resolution.
My solution was to wrap it in a Script.acu.lous hash constructor, since I know how to use one of those. Of course, I don't know how to use that via documentation; I read the fine source code for that bit of knowledge. For the record:
The constructor: $H : hash -> Hash
- each : ([a,b] -> void) -> void
- keys : -> [String]
- values : -> [a]
- merge : hash -> Hash
- toQueryString : -> String
- inspect : -> String
(I know I'm linking to documentation that shows me how to use Scriptaculous hashes, but I had an impossible time finding that constructor. With a name like $H, it's going to be hard to find.)
The Ganz brothers, Phil and Jason, have totally fallen in love with this new blogging thing they've discovered. It's actually a blessing that they're so new to it: the lessons they learn and difficulties they have will help a lot in designing the super-disruptive version of Land Brokr. The first thing I see is that a blog editor clearly needs a mandatory grammar and spelling checker…