Friday, December 19, 2014

Re: UIBinder to JS?

I know that.

I'm looking for a way to replace the content * JS ui.xml on the
real-time operation.

Now the question is which part of GWT is responsible for that? If the
application is compiled.

If the application is compiled the *.ui.xml files are not part of your application. Only the generated Java class for that *.ui.xml file is part of your application and that file is generated by the UiBinderGenerator at the time you compile your app.

If you want to store *.ui.xml files in a Database and then replace them after you have compiled your app: That is not possible. What you can do is to replace them before/during compilation, but that is probably not what you are looking for. If your app allows your customers to define their own UIs at runtime of your app then you can not use UiBinder for these UIs.

-- J.

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