I'm hoping this can be done with relative ease in GWT. I need to integrate a couple of features that involve HTML that is generated on the fly. Basically, the app gets some XML and sends it to a service which returns HTML (via an XSL transform).
There are two cases.
1) The first is easy and it is working with GWT, but I have a question. We just create an HtmlPanel and put the HTML in it. But does the HTML need to be complete - should it have HTML, HEAD, and BODY tags or can it just be a blob of HTML? Right now it does not have the HTML header and it works (the blob is wrapped in a DIV). Just want to know what is "correct".
2) The second case is a little more tricky. It is similar to the first, but the HTML is a form. So, it needs to display (which it does). But how do I handle the submit button?
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