Actually i don't want to integrate much woth cockpit just want to call out some rest api to another server. Why would it be hard?
On Thu, Jul 9, 2020, 00:45 Rogelio Flores <email@example.com> wrote:
Of course GWT can be used, but IMO is probably not needed and would be easier not to use it, unless you want to program all the client-side logic using Java and integrate it with cockpit using JsInterop.--
On Wednesday, July 8, 2020 at 1:57:48 AM UTC-6, Elhanan wrote:hi.. we've been using a small gwt page we developed inside an old vmware application that's not longer supportedthe page lived under lighttpd server, and used python scripts as the backend for web services, which they themselves called other web services.because it was provided with gwt 2.5.0, i had no choice and couldn't upgrade, thus browsers incompatibilities starting creeping up.we are now switching to cockpit ui project for OS management, and according to them, https://cockpit-project.org/blog/cockpit-starter-kit.htmlit can live with any single page app, but it prefers reacti was wondering if GWT can also be used here, i would "rip out" the page we are using, and switch the remote commands to other web services.
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