Tuesday, February 25, 2014

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


including a script tag in the module xml did not work for me:

The Cross-Site-Iframe linker does not support <script> tags in the gwt.xml files

Using ClientBundle works.

However, what is still missing is the connection between the JS objects and the GWT widgets.
Consider the initial example:
var draw = SVG('drawing').size(300, 300)
var rect = draw.rect(100, 100).attr({ fill: '#f06' })
I can execute this code. But how can I place the drawing it creates into a GWT widget, e. g. a FlowPanel?

FlowPanel p = new FlowPanel ();
p.add(???); // how to connect it???


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