Andrea Patricelli commented on SYNCOPE-1019:
glad to know about your interest!
Your knowledge seems good and don't worry about the skills. Please read
carefully description of this issue, learn basic concepts about Syncope and
what is its Enduser. You can find useful links in the comments of this issue
(docs, AngularJS templating mechanism and more) and you can refer to the
[mailing lists|https://syncope.apache.org/mailing-lists.html] to have support
A suggestion: do not to focus only on JS (directives, etc), but also on HTML.
> Template mechanism for Enduser UI
> Key: SYNCOPE-1019
> URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/SYNCOPE-1019
> Project: Syncope
> Issue Type: New Feature
> Components: enduser
> Reporter: Francesco Chicchiriccò
> Priority: Major
> Labels: gsoc2018
> Fix For: 2.1.0
> Provide a mechanism for defining templates (in terms of HTML, CSS and image
> files) to simply the appearance customization of the Enduser UI.
> The the goal of the issue is to provide a way to:
> - avoid HTML code duplication, and define reusable components.
> - define an HTML template mechanism which aim is to improve customizability
> of the enduser (enduser is meant to be customized and extended, it is not a
> finite product, but a proposal from which to start a new implementation).
> - exploit as much as possible code re-usability features provided by
> AngularJS (if possible).
> - if needed review actula CSS implementation, in order to better fit the new
> template mechanism
> - do NOT compromise (or change) enduser functionalities at all! Buttons,
> selects, wizard and other components should preserve their role and function;
> the core logic should remain the same, though enduser is open to discuss
> improvements also in that way ;)
> [This|https://code.angularjs.org/1.6.3/docs/guide/templates] could be a good
> starting point to understand how to use AngularJS tools to implement
> BTW If you have proposals that does not involve AngularJS features, they are
> well accepted and can be accepted anyway.
> Some of the features described there, like directives, have also been used in
> the Enduser to define some reusable components (e.g. dynamic-plain-attribute).
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