Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-02 Thread splitshade
It´s not as if I have a choice, whether this requirement should be
implemented or not:(...

I´m not a big ajax fan, i like the application the way it is today, but ajax
is hype today, 
and every customer wants more of it...

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Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread meduolis
Why do you want to switch page using ajax? :D If you redownload all page
contents, do not use ajax :), it only complicates everything. Use ajax, when
you want to refresh only some of page components, like table, other
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Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread James Carman
I think he meant that rather than using a page-oriented design, that
they'd need to switch to more of a one page, switch panels design?

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 Why do you want to switch page using ajax? :D If you redownload all page
 contents, do not use ajax :), it only complicates everything. Use ajax, when
 you want to refresh only some of page components, like table, other
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Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread Igor Vaynberg
if all your pages extend a base page then you can change the base page
to extend a panel instead.

than s/setResponsePage/setResponsePanel/

create a page that has the necessary infra to swap content panels and
wire in the new setResponsePanel to use that.

-igor

On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 2:36 PM, splitshade
martin.dil...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 i have a general question,
 we have an exisiting application, that now needs to be ajaxified (no page
 reloads etc..).
 This has never been a requirement, so the application is not prepared at all
 for this.

 The biggest problem we see is that we have many different pages, but how
 shall we do page switches using ajax?

 I look forward to any hints on this.

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Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread splitshade
Hi James, yes, thats exaclty what I meant.

The Problem is, we have an existing infrastructure, that depends on pages.

The idea to change everything to a setResponsePanel-Method seems to be
very good, I think we could realize that very cheaply, thanks for the hint!

Would that be something that could be of interest for the framework itself?
Would it be possible/reasonable to integrate that into an
AbstractAjaxWebPage or something?

I did not try this out, but it seems to be a good idea that could be of
interest to many people?

Regards

Martin
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Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread meduolis
Use ajax with responsibility. To much ajax can make bad things :]. I can not
undestand, why you would like to change page to panel, and rerender it all,
just like setResponcePage does. Try to sit and decide, which parts of page
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Re: Ajaxifying existing application

2011-05-01 Thread James Carman
On Sat, Apr 30, 2011 at 5:36 PM, splitshade
martin.dil...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Hi,

 i have a general question,
 we have an exisiting application, that now needs to be ajaxified (no page
 reloads etc..).
 This has never been a requirement, so the application is not prepared at all
 for this.


So, why is this a requirement now?  If it ain't broke, don't fix it.
Why does it *have* to be ajaxified?

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Ajaxifying existing application

2011-04-30 Thread splitshade
Hi,

i have a general question,
we have an exisiting application, that now needs to be ajaxified (no page
reloads etc..).
This has never been a requirement, so the application is not prepared at all
for this.

The biggest problem we see is that we have many different pages, but how
shall we do page switches using ajax?

I look forward to any hints on this.

Thank you very much.--
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