I need to write a custom widget that is to be used in UiBinder to easily layout a form of properly aligned fields (in multiple columns).--
I tried to avoid using a custom widget by defining some resusable stylenames, but it would be much nicer if I could just abstract away whether you need a DIV/TABLE/TR/TD/SPAN/LABEL or any other HTML tag.
I gets complicated very quickly and if you have many screens there should be a lot more reuse possible.
I basically just want that the developer can do something like:
<x:row><x:label>Label 2</x:label><x:field><w:TextBox ui:field='text'></x:field></x:row>
So I need to be able to mix some plain HTML tags with some custom defined ones.
The only subject I found on how to do this is here: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/11782171/gwt-uibinder-how-to-make-a-custom-absolutepanel-which-uses-the-at-element/11785903#11785903
Is this the officially supported way of doing this ? There is no developer documentation available on this topic.
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