Re: TabbedPanel customization ?

2009-01-04 Thread Alex Objelean

Use CSS for styling customization. 


Piotr Jakubowski wrote:
 
 Hi,
 Is it possible to tell TabbedPanel where to put its inner elements and
 override the default action? I would like to have the tab content in some
 other place than it is usually. And I am thinking whether it is possible
 somehow using TabbedPanel or I should write the whole thing from scratch.
 

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pb to access to this on event onchange on the AutoCompleteTextField

2009-01-04 Thread Olivier Dutrieux

I would like create a component that extends AjaxEditableLabel with replace
TextField with AjaxEditableAutoComplete.


And I discovert a problem in the wicket-autocomplete.js when the event
onchange is rewriting (line 83) :

// WICKET-1280
objonchangeoriginal=obj.onchange; 
obj.onchange=function(event){
if(mouseactive==1)return false;
if(typeof objonchangeoriginal==function)objonchangeoriginal();
}
objonchange=obj.onchange;



the problem is that the objonchangeoriginal function can't access to the
this object, and it's necessary because I change the onchange event on
AjaxEditableAutoComplete in case I extends AjaxEditableLabel with this : 


editor.add(new EditorAjaxBehavior() {
private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
@Override
protected void onComponentTag(ComponentTag tag) {
super.onComponentTag(tag);
final String saveCall = {wicketAjaxGet(' + 
getCallbackUrl() +
save=true'+this.name+'='+wicketEncode(this.value)); return true;};
tag.put(onchange, saveCall);
}
});


then the best way to solve the problem is to change the invocation of
objonchangeoriginal function with that :


84// WICKET-1280
85objonchangeoriginal=obj.onchange; 
86obj.onchange=function(event){
87  if(mouseactive==1)return false;
88  if(typeof
objonchangeoriginal==function)objonchangeoriginal.apply(this, [event]);
89  }
90objonchange=obj.onchange;


all invocation of function need to be change this with new invocation on the
wicket-autocomplete.js file.

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TabbedPanel customization ?

2009-01-04 Thread Piotr Jakubowski

Hi,
Is it possible to tell TabbedPanel where to put its inner elements and
override the default action? I would like to have the tab content in some
other place than it is usually. And I am thinking whether it is possible
somehow using TabbedPanel or I should write the whole thing from scratch.
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Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-04 Thread Xhelas

This is a very interesting and surprising post in this forum. Do you have
further explanation about your superior productivity using Grails? Is this
due to the kind of applications you developp or to special tools that comes
with this framework? Is the key stone groovy?
Thanks for your enlighments!


Curtis Cooley-2 wrote:
 
 Martin Sachs wrote:
 pI'm looking for a little comparison of the development-time for
 Applications in Wicket against other Technologies. /p
 p
 I think the development with Wicket is two times faster than Struts. But
 what are your experiences on JSF, Rails/Grails, SpringMVC/SpringWebFlow.
 /p
 Anyone you know the development-time from experience ?
 br

 (P.S.: The applications must use AJAX and many custom components or tags
 in JSP, not just a hello world sample)

 
 I built a small database driven application in about 4 days using Grails
 then my boss freaked about using a 4GL and made me rewrite it in
 Wicket. That took me about 3 weeks.
 
 Now, I started at 0 with both frameworks and used
 Wicket+Spring+Hibernate which I got Spring and Hibernate wiring for free
 with Grails. My Spring and Hibernate experience was 0, so grails really
 pulled through in that area. I also have experience with Ruby and Rails
 which helped with the Grails work, but I'd also built a few (4-5) Wicket
 pages for another app, so I think that about balances starting points.
 
 My really rough guess is that I'd be 50 to 75 percent more effective in
 Grails than Wicket now that I know what I learned during the three weeks
 of Wicket work.
 
 If I had my druthers, I'd build our app using Grails. I much prefer
 Groovy/Ruby to Java, and I've been writing Java since 1.1!
 
 
 
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Re: Twenty Six Wicket Tricks

2009-01-04 Thread ZedroS



Jonathan Locke wrote:
 
 yeah. good one.
 

oh oh... so I'll have to buy this book ;)

lol

bye

zedros

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Modal window - chagne width and height

2009-01-04 Thread Vitek Tajzich
Hi,

 

Is it possible to resize Modal Window by ajax?

 

I need for some reason to resize currently opened window. I've been looking
on google and mailing list and I didn't found anything usable. I also looked
into javascript for modal window and I think It should be possible..

 

Thanks..

 

V.



Re: Modal window - chagne width and height

2009-01-04 Thread S├ębastien Piller

Hi,

I doubt such a feature is implemented in the wicket code

most likely, you will need to call the javascript function 
window.resizeTo yourself, with an AjaxBehavior (ie 
AjaxAbstractDefaultBehavior#respond and AjaxRequestTarget#appendJavascript)



Vitek Tajzich wrote:

Hi,

 


Is it possible to resize Modal Window by ajax?

 


I need for some reason to resize currently opened window. I've been looking
on google and mailing list and I didn't found anything usable. I also looked
into javascript for modal window and I think It should be possible..

 


Thanks..

 


V.


  



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Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-04 Thread Nino Martinez

Hi Curtis

You cant really compare wicket against Grails, Wicket is not a full 
stack framework (Wicket is only a webframework).. And actually Grails 
can run with wicket too[1]... Or are you saying that dynamic languages 
are better than type safety?  Not that I want to start a religious war 
though, im not that well wandered in neither Grails, Rails etc to know 
whats better or not..


I guess what you are saying are that the Spring plus hibernate combo 
could be better..? There are a lot of alternatives to that combo.. Or is 
it that Grails has better templating support?



Anyhow what I am seeing are that Wicket are always the least of my 
troubles, it's always something else and usually it's not Spring either 
so that only leaves the ORM as trouble maker, or is it the programmet :) 
On larger projects you kind of develop your own framework (with 
Wicket+.*) for the business logic and when you get there speed really 
picks up.


[1]=http://grails.org/Wicket+Plugin

Curtis Cooley wrote:

Martin Sachs wrote:
  

pI'm looking for a little comparison of the development-time for
Applications in Wicket against other Technologies. /p
p
I think the development with Wicket is two times faster than Struts. But
what are your experiences on JSF, Rails/Grails, SpringMVC/SpringWebFlow.
/p
Anyone you know the development-time from experience ?
br

(P.S.: The applications must use AJAX and many custom components or tags
in JSP, not just a hello world sample)


  

I built a small database driven application in about 4 days using Grails
then my boss freaked about using a 4GL and made me rewrite it in
Wicket. That took me about 3 weeks.

Now, I started at 0 with both frameworks and used
Wicket+Spring+Hibernate which I got Spring and Hibernate wiring for free
with Grails. My Spring and Hibernate experience was 0, so grails really
pulled through in that area. I also have experience with Ruby and Rails
which helped with the Grails work, but I'd also built a few (4-5) Wicket
pages for another app, so I think that about balances starting points.

My really rough guess is that I'd be 50 to 75 percent more effective in
Grails than Wicket now that I know what I learned during the three weeks
of Wicket work.

If I had my druthers, I'd build our app using Grails. I much prefer
Groovy/Ruby to Java, and I've been writing Java since 1.1!



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Re: What is your experience on the time of development ?

2009-01-04 Thread Jason Lea
Well, funny you should mention this... I had a thought a few weeks ago 
about starting a blog to show how I have been doing TDD with Wicket.  It 
seems like it is quite easy to do, but there were not many posts 
discussing ways do do some testing or examples of testing things ajax 
components etc


I have a couple of posts, just getting some of the basics set up... 
http://empty-your-cup.blogspot.com/


Hopefully I can get some time to demonstrate some simple page and 
component tests soon.  Page testing can be fairly easy because you can 
just use the WicketTester to start the page.  Testing a component can be 
a bit trickier sometimes because you need to use something like the 
TestPageSource.


Tests generally cover behaviour, for example if I press this button a 
panel X should be shown, The name text field should contain the name 
of the user, Changing the first name updates the name in the model, 
Errors should have a CSS class of 'error' added.  All of these things 
are quite straight forward to test.  We rely on some components working 
correctly eg that the TextField will generate a valid html textfield, so 
we shouldn't have to test that.  We can test the behaviour of ajax calls 
- as long as the behaviour is something simple like the component should 
be updated/hidden/shown by checking it is in the ajax response.


The unit tests won't check that the CSS class 'error' shows the text in 
red with twinkling lights, but that isn't a behaviour.  So we still have 
perhaps some manual testing, in various browsers, to make sure it looks 
ok.  If someone changes some java code which stops a component 
displaying our unit tests should be able to fail and show us the cause.  
If someone changes the CSS and makes errors appear green... well, 
hopefully someone will notice that quickly.


I hope that gives you a hint.  Stay tuned for more in the blog... today 
was my first day back at work in the new year so it might have to wait a 
short time!



ZedroS wrote:


Jason Lea wrote:
  
We decided to do Test Driven Development because 
we could use the WicketTester to help in development of our 
pages/components.  




Hum, very interesting : the wicket testers classes are really functional and
efficient. I didn't look deep into them, considering (wrongly apparently)
that even if the tests would pass I couldn't be sure that the page would be
rendered fine. What's your feedback on this point ?

 Furthermore, is it easy as well to test only components ? Or do you have to
do unit component tests ?

To sum up my mail, I would love to have more insight of Wicket and TDD... :$

Thanks in advance ;)

cheers
zedros
  


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Re: Modal window - chagne width and height

2009-01-04 Thread Vitek Tajzich
Hi,

actually there is now JS function resizeTo :-(

V.

2009/1/4 S├ębastien Piller pi...@hmcrecord.ch

 Hi,

 I doubt such a feature is implemented in the wicket code

 most likely, you will need to call the javascript function
 window.resizeTo yourself, with an AjaxBehavior (ie
 AjaxAbstractDefaultBehavior#respond and AjaxRequestTarget#appendJavascript)



 Vitek Tajzich wrote:

 Hi,


 Is it possible to resize Modal Window by ajax?


 I need for some reason to resize currently opened window. I've been
 looking
 on google and mailing list and I didn't found anything usable. I also
 looked
 into javascript for modal window and I think It should be possible..


 Thanks..


 V.






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