Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Re: GWT and SVG, the 125th... :-)

On Wednesday, February 26, 2014 8:52:32 AM UTC+1, Alain wrote:
One solution could be to create a GWT widget based on a DIV element and call the JSNI in the onLoad method.
I did something similar with a Google Map widget.
Hello Alain,
thank you!
I understand that there is some DOM environment (e. g. a div) and that the JS code produces some other DOM content. And the goal is to inject the produced DOM content into the right DOM environment.
But I still cannot adapt this to my minimal example:
FlowPanel p = new FlowPanel ();
Where is the result of executeJSCode and how can I move it right into my panel p?

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