The Spiffy UI sample project building with Apache Ant and running on Node.js. This example integrates authentication and localization to show you how to fully interact with a Spiffy UI client from any application server.
This project includes different uses of Spiffy UI's Multi-valued Suggest Box: single-valued, multi-valued with defaults, advanced (Facebook-like) styling of suggestions, and suggestions retrieved client-side (without REST).
This sample is a Node.js client which calls REST endpoints from Spiffy UI. It shows you how to handle authentication when calling REST endpoints from Spiffy UI. This one calls a REST endpoint available from SpiffyUI.org.