The jQuery.dashboard() plugin for jQuery provides a framework that makes it easy for web application developers to create highly configurable dashboard-like user interfaces (similar to iGoogle) in their web applications. Jump straight to the demo.
jQuery.dashboard() requires jQuery UI 1.7’s (the new 1.6rc6) Sortable library, which in turn requires jQuery UI Draggable, core and jQuery 1.3.
Currently jQuery.dashboard() has only been deployed on a small number of private web apps, and should be considered alpha or maybe beta at best. The code has been written quite abstractly and extensibly and may well be re-usable with little or now changes for things like Drupal’s panels module, an
admin/build/block overhaul or other uses.
- You can demo jQuery.dashboard() plugin at http://drupal.geek.nz/static/dashboard/demo.html.
- You can checkout from subversion from https://svn.civicactions.net/repos/bevan/dashboard/
- You can download a zip of the files.
UPDATE: I forgot to include license information. jQuery.dashboard(), including jquery.dashboard.js, dashboard.css, and documentation found in ajaxData.php, demo.html, demo.css, demo.js, and widgets/* are made avilable under version 2 of the GNU General Public License.