Sunday, July 31, 2011

Re: GWT Page flows - want to start a open source project - thoughts

As promised, I committed my gwt-multipage changes (to a branch) and attached a test jar (gwtmultipage-core-20110731.jar) to the issue: http://code.google.com/p/gwt-multipage/issues/detail?id=21. It's not an official release yet, but that's the jar that I've been using it in production with GWT 2.3 for a couple of months now.

-- Brian


On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 11:35 AM, Brian Reilly <brian.ireilly@gmail.com> wrote:
Note that the current build is for GWT <= 2.1. If you're using 2.2+, currently you'll need to get the source and build it against 2.2+ yourself.

I did some work a couple of months ago to create a jar that would work for any version of GWT, but haven't committed it yet. In fact, that's the only reason I hadn't already mentioned gwt-multipage in this thread. Now that it has been mentioned, I'll make sure I commit my changes this weekend, at least on a branch.

BTW, the project page is http://gwtmultipage.org/, and the google code page is http://code.google.com/p/gwt-multipage/.


-- Brian



On Sat, Jul 30, 2011 at 10:42 AM, Aidan O'Kelly <aidanok@gmail.com> wrote:
There is this,

http://claudiushauptmann.com/a-framework-for-gwt-multipage-applications.html

Which might be of interest to you.

On Fri, Jul 29, 2011 at 3:00 PM, dreamer <venugopal.vasireddy@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I want to start a new opensource project - "GWT page flows" - similar
> to struts.
>
> With my moderate GWT knowledge, I did not find any way to weave
> application with pages, though components are there.
>
> Not all ajax applications are single page apps.
>
> Here are my thoughts from very high level  -
> ===================================================
> Use composites (widgets) as pages - build using designer.
> Weave all these pages with the help of something like "struts-
> config.xml".
> ======================================================
> It would have been great if GWT compilation is component by component
> more transparently. Some thing under the hood is happening on these
> lines. Even loading javascript into browser would have happened page
> by page, only when it is needed.
>
>
> Few questions:
>
> Is it possible to build page flow on the above lines using GWT as is?
> Are these features available in any other form, that I did not
> realize? (UiBinder seems slightly different than I want)
>
> Just I would like to brainstorm. Please share your thoughts.
> - venu
> -  http://schoolk12.appspot.com/
>
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