your app running.
- this can be achieved using "VerticalColumnLayout" & HTTPService call. No
separate control should be required.
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Other JS frameworks use a real HTML form to preserve semantics. You can
call preventDefault() on the submit event to stop the browser from sending
data to the server and navigating to a new page.
On Mon, Oct 17, 2016 at 8:59 AM, Alex Harui wrote:
> If I understand this
If I understand this thread, we actually need two kinds of Forms:
1) A low-level wrapper for HTMLFormElement. So what if it exits you out
of the app to another HTML page. Maybe that's all you need.
2) A form-like thing for RIAs/single-page apps. We might need someone to
research how other JS
I'm in the middle of trying to a FlexJS mobile example to look nice on
both iOS and Android, but I will add this to my todo list! I'm sure we can
collaborate on it along with anyone else familiar with forms and how they
think it should go in the flex world. Personally, I like to do as little
makes perfect sense. Maybe this is a more advance component and will be
better managed in your hands, since I'm still in the process of understand
many things here. Moreover I'm making some progress in MDL branch, so If
you want to grab it feel free to do it. I think a Form component is
When you do this in HTML, the action (eg,
www.example.com?q=loc=miami=weather) sends all of the fields to the
server which then sends back a new HTML page with the results. A lot of
things happen automatically for you, such as pairing the values of the
input fields with their IDs to form the
makes sense. I was wrong with "action" property...is working ok right now
(maybe some wrong compilation), and right now if you hit ENTER, it goes to
www.example.com, so regarding what you say, you mean to add some
controller/model to the implementation?
2016-10-17 14:28 GMT+02:00
Shouldn't it be possible for the action on a to trigger an event
that the application code (or its main controller) could use that would
then decide to either open a new URL or go to a different FlexJS view?
Usually, I would think, an HTML Form's action takes you to another part of
I upload to develop a first working implementation of form, still no
functionality, but is nesting elements inside and showing correctly in HTML
while surrounded by tag. Only JS considerations (no SWF)
My first question is how is managed properties in FlexJS. We don't have
On 10/16/16, 11:31 PM, "carlos.rov...@gmail.com on behalf of Carlos
>maybe I could implement it. It needs few things, action(normal the url to
>call when submit the form). the method (GET, POST).
maybe I could implement it. It needs few things, action(normal the url to
call when submit the form). the method (GET, POST).
And we should allow to next input elements... I think to start something
basic should be ok.
To make it I would need some guidance about what component to
On 10/16/16, 7:46 AM, "carlos.rov...@gmail.com on behalf of Carlos Rovira"
>what about to deal with html forms? I think (as I searched) we have no
>component yet in FlexJS, right?
Correct. I don't think we've
what about to deal with html forms? I think (as I searched) we have no form
component yet in FlexJS, right?
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