Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Re: Using multiple UiRenderer types in one CellRenderer

Am Dienstag, 30. September 2014 15:42:34 UTC+2 schrieb stuckagain:

I'm trying to use multiple UiRenderer types in one CellRenderer. One annoying feature is that you are supposed to use the same base file name for the ui.xml file as the class in which the UiRenderer is defined.
@UiTemplate does not work for UiRenderer?

I also noticed that the UiRenderer interface is marked as experimental ... is this still the case what is the future of this with respect to GWT 3.0 ?

No idea, didn't read anything about it. It will probably stay experimental. IMHO the whole cell rendering idea becomes useless as soon as you only support modern browsers (IE 10+) because they are typically faster at DOM operations than calling setInnerHTML with a huge html string. Personally I wouldn't be surprised if cells become deprecated in GWT 4.0 or so.

-- J.

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