Friday, August 21, 2015

Re: Architecture of adding 'pure html/js' to client side?

>But I not sure how this is related to GWT
I am pretty sure people mix gwt and html/js programming and I wonder how they mix thees things together if they don't use ui-binder in a single page application.

On Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 6:38:44 PM UTC+2, Ignacio Baca Moreno-Torres wrote:
But I not sure how this is related to GWT, specially if you want it to be independent. We added the swagger ui ( in some projects and we just add the dist forlder into the war (webapp folder if you are using maven). You can add links to this htmls using anchors or setting the browser url manually using Window.Location.setLocation.

On Tue, Aug 18, 2015 at 9:41 AM funkforce <> wrote:
I am a bit surprised that none have added large chunks of html/js as an independent part of the application and are willing to share....well well... 

On Wednesday, August 12, 2015 at 10:34:52 AM UTC+2, funkforce wrote:

We have a GWT application coded in java on the client. There is no ui binder only a jsp page and a class with our onModuleLoad() method and then pure java serving the gui. We want to add bunch of html/javascript to a new part of the application but I don't know how to organize the new html/javascript part. The new part will most likely contain a lot of html/js + js frameworks and talk json to the same server that now serves gwt-rpc. Its a first step to move from gwt-widgets.

Can someone please share how to do this? The closest I have found is ClientBundle but I am not sure its the way to.



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