with UIBinder you can define a complex menu structure very quiclkly:
<g:MenuItem ui:field="itm_Account" text="Account">
<g:MenuItem ui:field="itm_Login" text="Login"/>
<g:MenuItem ui:field="itm_Logout" text="Logout"/>
But to use these structures in real-life projects you have to blow them with a lot of boilerplate code like this:
new ScheduledCommand ()
public void execute ()
Window.alert ("process command: Login");
This can be very painful If you have a complex menu structure, especially when thinking about roles and rights.
Are there any methods to do this in a more compact way?
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