Lightweight and fast, the Treesaver.js app doesn’t add any crazy overhead to your content but putting your content into the system and making it look nice still requires quite a large bit of elbow grease. This is due, in large part, to the unfinished documentation on the Wiki.
But, the software is only at version 0.9.2 currently, so there’s plenty of time for the community to help out. I love open source software.
I’ve got some kick-ass music from David Newton that is in Impulse Tracker format (.it). It’d be great to play it right as-is as the file size is so tiny. Currently, I’ve got export the stuff to MP3 and OGG before it’ll work.
Sometimes while developing a web application, you need to hide or display certain elements dynamically based on circumstance. For instance, if you’re filling in your personal information and you in the dropdown box you select “other” as your country, the website may be required to display a previously hidden textbox allowing you to type in your country name.