Hi Thusith,

Thank you and +1 for the idea.
@RasikaP, @SajithAR shall we proceed with this soon as the EMM 2.2.0 is out.
WDYT?

Thanks and Best Regards,

Kamidu Sachith Punchihewa
*Software Engineer*
WSO2, Inc.
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On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 10:13 AM, Rasika Perera <rasi...@wso2.com> wrote:

> This is a great, Hopefully we can propagate this up to UUF level?
>> AFAIK we don't have a Modal Dialog Unit (or a Fragment) written for UUF.
>
> +1, I think this is a part of the reusable base component rather on the
> framework of the UUF. Let's add this into the default base component.‚Äč
>
> On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 12:29 AM, Thusitha Kalugamage <thusi...@wso2.com>
> wrote:
>
>> Hi Kamindu,
>>
>> This is a great, Hopefully we can propagate this up to UUF level?
>> AFAIK we don't have a Modal Dialog Unit (or a Fragment) written for UUF.
>>
>> @SajithaAR, @RasikaP can we make good use of this?
>>
>> Regards,
>>
>> On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 6:46 PM, Kamidu Punchihewa <sachi...@wso2.com>
>> wrote:
>>
>>> Hi All,
>>>
>>> When developing or improving the user interfaces of EMM , IOT server or
>>> device management please utilize the newly introduced "cdmf.unit.ui.modal"
>>> for all the alerts and modal related implementations.
>>>
>>> Please find a simple example of how to utilize the above unit for modal
>>> creation and manipulations.
>>> You can utilize the "modalDialog" functions once you import the unit to
>>> your page by adding the below line on the .hbs file.
>>>
>>> After which utilize the described functions below in the client side
>>> scripts:
>>>
>>> *modalDialog.header("Sample Modal Dialog");*
>>>>
>>> You can use the above method to define the modal header or tile the
>>> input which can be simple text or a HTML content.
>>>
>>> *modalDialog.content("Sample Modal Content");*
>>>>
>>> You can use the above method to define the modal content or tile the
>>> input which can be simple text or a HTML content.
>>>
>>>  *modalDialog.footer("All Right Received");*
>>>>
>>> You can use the above method to define the modal footer or tile the
>>> input which can be simple text or a HTML content. If there are a set of
>>> buttons you need to include, you can use this method and provide the
>>> buttons as HTML content. Else you can use the method given below.
>>>
>>> *modalDialog.footerButtons(object);*
>>>>
>>> You need to provide the input as given below.
>>> This will provide you a footer with buttons which contains the basic
>>> styling from wso2 theme.
>>>
>>> In order to show the modal dialog there are 3 options to select from
>>> which are as below:
>>>
>>>
>>>    - *modalDialog.show()*
>>>       - This will result in a normal modal content without any icons in
>>>       the title
>>>    - *modalDialog.showAsError()*
>>>       - This will result in a modal dialog with an error icon in the
>>>       title
>>>    - *modalDialog.showAsWarning()*
>>>       - This will result in a modal dialog with a warning icon in the
>>>       title
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks and Best Regards,
>>> Kamidu Sachith Punchihewa
>>> *Software Engineer*
>>> WSO2, Inc.
>>> lean . enterprise . middleware
>>> Mobile : +94 (0) 770566749 <%2B94%20%280%29%20773%20451194>
>>>
>>>
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>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Thusitha Kalugamage
>> *Software Engineer*
>> Mobile : +94 (0) 774 074370
>> Tel       : +94 (0) 112 145 345
>> thusi...@wso2.com
>>
>
>
>
> --
> With Regards,
>
> *Rasika Perera*
> Software Engineer
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