Domino-mvp is a framework of many things, but if you are just interesting on listening to URL changes and do some routing based on those changes in a simple way, then maybe you can try domino-history (it is what domino-mvp use under the hood).
On Saturday, March 6, 2021 at 7:24:17 PM UTC+2 Gordan Krešić wrote:
On 06. 03. 2021. 15:47, Frank Hossfeld wrote:
> There are a few places where are the progress of the module update is tracked:
> <https://github.com/FrankHossfeld/gwt-modules> (still in progress)
Now... I found this on Twitter minutes ago and came here to post those
> And yes, the Activities module is not migrated yet.
How about your own port mentioned in first sheet:
I can see it still references widgets, so definitely not a final port, but
if you are interested I can propose pull request based on my own port which
uses elemental2.dom.HTMLElement instead of widgets. However, that should be
up to a debate, because I believe more modular approach would be needed to
cover most use cases: widgets, elemental2's HTMLElement, elemento's
IsElement and possibly others.
> If you are looking for J2CL/Elemental2 ready frameworks, take a look here:
> * dominokit/domino-mvp <https://github.com/DominoKit/domino-mvp>
> * nalukit/nalu <https://github.com/NaluKit/nalu> (Disclaimer: I am the
Seen both of them, but I'm porting existing project that has some
infrastructure (I'm trying not to exaggerate and call it a "framework" :) )
build on top of activities and places that I would like to reuse if possible.
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