You will need to implement some JSNI methods in order to accomplish this in GWT.
On Wednesday, February 27, 2013 11:35:57 AM UTC+1, Thomas Broyer wrote:
You can't.--Wouldn't it be great if loading a website (which could just be an ad actually, so something that I didn't even *chose* to see) would load Twitter in an hidden iframe, fill the "compose" input and then programmatically click the "Tweet" button? (or variations along the way of Facebook, G+, GMail, or maybe buying things from Amazon, making bids on eBay, etc.)
On Wednesday, February 20, 2013 1:02:38 PM UTC+1, Laurent Garnier wrote:Hi,first, excuse me for my poor english, but I'm french.I load an external page into a frame : final Frame frame = new Frame(url);The external page is from a public website.Can I send event to an element on this page, like click on a button, or fill a textfield ?Thx for help
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