Friday, June 12, 2020

Re: dn-components new GWT UI library

New release of dncomponents in maven central (2.3.0) version

100% J2CL ready completely free from old GWT code. 

Only java and elemental2.

Excited to present the TypeScript version of dncomponents! 

If you are a java programmer with GWT skills. Working with typescript dncomponents requires almost no learning. Thanks to j4ts project you can even use java API in typescript. And using dncomponents gives you a familiar GWT MVP structure with activities and places and htmlbinder.

Integrate your project without boundaries with the rest of js world!


The Java and TypeScript version shares the same API and html markup.

Choose java or TypeScript, choose Bootstrap or Material. 

TypeScript sample project:

Same project in java language


On Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 2:29:41 PM UTC+1, nikola wrote:
landing page: 

Client side java UI framework for building rich web applications written purely in Java language using GWT compiler and elemental2 browser API without any external js libraries.

dn-components layered architecture makes process of developing modern complex user interfaces with ease.
Html binder and intellij plugin are the great tools that support this.

dn-components can have different view implementations. 

Default view implementation is based on bootstrap framework (only css and markup). The second is google Material design (work in progress)

- All the view implementations are in one java file 
- And all markup for all components are in one html file 

dn-components component has 3 layers of separation.

Each component has constructor where you can inject your custom view implementation that can accept different markups.

That means that you can easily customize component's views on application level by editing or BootstrapUi.html or single component by injecting its view.

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