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  1. #1
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    PX vs.Bajascript?

    why does one use Bajascript instead of px or vice versa? what are the advantages of each?

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    Px is the xml for the ui elements(widgets). Bajascript is the JavaScript library built by Tridium. And it uses a box service. When you login via web, px is already converted to html and bajascript and other JavaScript libraries are loaded in your browser. Html is generated based on the px widgets. Each widget is being converted now. 3.8 version does better job than previous. Contact me later we are working on a demo. I will show you how it works in 3.8.

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    Alper Uzmezler

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    Hi,
    I have always used pages px, and I have yet to understand how to integrate directly bajascript script, you can see some examples? Using version 3.8.

    Thank You

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    Quote Originally Posted by alper View Post
    Px is the xml for the ui elements(widgets). Bajascript is the JavaScript library built by Tridium. And it uses a box service. When you login via web, px is already converted to html and bajascript and other JavaScript libraries are loaded in your browser. Html is generated based on the px widgets. Each widget is being converted now. 3.8 version does better job than previous. Contact me later we are working on a demo. I will show you how it works in 3.8.

    Alp is your demo done?

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    Alp is your demo complete?

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    Yes I have a completed version for 3.8.

    There are limitations like pxInclude can not be used bunch of other limitations. It is in the px implementation guide. You just need to forget how you built it for Java.

    Niagara 4.0 is on beta so we will have more html5 applications that will be released out of it.
    Alper Uzmezler

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