Re: Panel to be used as an abstract container

2010-11-11 Thread Martin Grigorov
I think you need Fragment instead of Panel

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:47 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi all, my first mail here, glad to join your community!

 I want to do the following:

 Create a panel that will be rendered as a box with rounded corners. I dont
 want it to have it's inner components predefined in its class but
 dynamically adding them on each page the panel is present. I wish I could
 have its html file containg something like wicket:extend / and put there
 the markup defined when used in pages.

 Since I dont understand my own words so far, I'll give an example:

 CustomPanel.html
 ...
 div class=Foo
   [other ui stuff here]
   wicket:extend /
 /div
 ...

 APage.java
 ...
 CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
 pnl.add(new Label(test-lbl, Tadaaa));
 add(pnl);
 ...

 APage.html
 ...
 span wicket:id=pnl
span wicket:id=test-lbl
 /span
 ...

 I want the page rendered having the label inside the custom panel without
 having to implicitly create another panel extending the CustomPanel.

 So, if you understood this and have any ideas, let me know.

 Greetings from Greece,
 Poko
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Re: Panel to be used as an abstract container

2010-11-11 Thread Poko Booth
Just to see if we are on the same page:

You mean that the CustomPanel.html will be like this:
...
div class=RoundedStuff
   div wicket:id=contents /
/div
...

And in the APage.html:
...
div wicket:id=pnl /
wicket:fragment wicket:id=whatever
 ...PANEL CONTENTS HERE...
/wicket:fragment
...

and in APage.java:
...
CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
pnl.add(new Fragment(contents,whatever);
...

Right?


On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:

 I think you need Fragment instead of Panel

 On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:47 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com wrote:

  Hi all, my first mail here, glad to join your community!
 
  I want to do the following:
 
  Create a panel that will be rendered as a box with rounded corners. I
 dont
  want it to have it's inner components predefined in its class but
  dynamically adding them on each page the panel is present. I wish I could
  have its html file containg something like wicket:extend / and put
 there
  the markup defined when used in pages.
 
  Since I dont understand my own words so far, I'll give an example:
 
  CustomPanel.html
  ...
  div class=Foo
[other ui stuff here]
wicket:extend /
  /div
  ...
 
  APage.java
  ...
  CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
  pnl.add(new Label(test-lbl, Tadaaa));
  add(pnl);
  ...
 
  APage.html
  ...
  span wicket:id=pnl
 span wicket:id=test-lbl
  /span
  ...
 
  I want the page rendered having the label inside the custom panel without
  having to implicitly create another panel extending the CustomPanel.
 
  So, if you understood this and have any ideas, let me know.
 
  Greetings from Greece,
  Poko
  
  
  
  
  
  
 
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Re: Panel to be used as an abstract container

2010-11-11 Thread Martin Grigorov
Yes, the panel always contribute with its .html (always the same html).
The Fragment is the dynamic content (so small that you don't to create Panel
for it).

This is what you want, right ?

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com wrote:

 Just to see if we are on the same page:

 You mean that the CustomPanel.html will be like this:
 ...
 div class=RoundedStuff
   div wicket:id=contents /
 /div
 ...

 And in the APage.html:
 ...
 div wicket:id=pnl /
 wicket:fragment wicket:id=whatever
 ...PANEL CONTENTS HERE...
 /wicket:fragment
 ...

 and in APage.java:
 ...
 CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
 pnl.add(new Fragment(contents,whatever);
 ...

 Right?


 On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org
 wrote:

  I think you need Fragment instead of Panel
 
  On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:47 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
   Hi all, my first mail here, glad to join your community!
  
   I want to do the following:
  
   Create a panel that will be rendered as a box with rounded corners. I
  dont
   want it to have it's inner components predefined in its class but
   dynamically adding them on each page the panel is present. I wish I
 could
   have its html file containg something like wicket:extend / and put
  there
   the markup defined when used in pages.
  
   Since I dont understand my own words so far, I'll give an example:
  
   CustomPanel.html
   ...
   div class=Foo
 [other ui stuff here]
 wicket:extend /
   /div
   ...
  
   APage.java
   ...
   CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
   pnl.add(new Label(test-lbl, Tadaaa));
   add(pnl);
   ...
  
   APage.html
   ...
   span wicket:id=pnl
  span wicket:id=test-lbl
   /span
   ...
  
   I want the page rendered having the label inside the custom panel
 without
   having to implicitly create another panel extending the CustomPanel.
  
   So, if you understood this and have any ideas, let me know.
  
   Greetings from Greece,
   Poko
   
   
   
   
   
   
  
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Re: Panel to be used as an abstract container

2010-11-11 Thread Poko Booth
Exactly, thank you very much! I will try that in the afternoon. I had no
idea about Fragments, never used them before.

I want to use this panel only for ui purposes. I don't want to repeat
rounded corners markup in each page or multiple times in the same page,
better have it in one place.

Thank you again

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:

 Yes, the panel always contribute with its .html (always the same html).
 The Fragment is the dynamic content (so small that you don't to create
 Panel
 for it).

 This is what you want, right ?

 On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com wrote:

  Just to see if we are on the same page:
 
  You mean that the CustomPanel.html will be like this:
  ...
  div class=RoundedStuff
div wicket:id=contents /
  /div
  ...
 
  And in the APage.html:
  ...
  div wicket:id=pnl /
  wicket:fragment wicket:id=whatever
  ...PANEL CONTENTS HERE...
  /wicket:fragment
  ...
 
  and in APage.java:
  ...
  CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
  pnl.add(new Fragment(contents,whatever);
  ...
 
  Right?
 
 
  On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org
  wrote:
 
   I think you need Fragment instead of Panel
  
   On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:47 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com
  wrote:
  
Hi all, my first mail here, glad to join your community!
   
I want to do the following:
   
Create a panel that will be rendered as a box with rounded corners. I
   dont
want it to have it's inner components predefined in its class but
dynamically adding them on each page the panel is present. I wish I
  could
have its html file containg something like wicket:extend / and put
   there
the markup defined when used in pages.
   
Since I dont understand my own words so far, I'll give an example:
   
CustomPanel.html
...
div class=Foo
  [other ui stuff here]
  wicket:extend /
/div
...
   
APage.java
...
CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
pnl.add(new Label(test-lbl, Tadaaa));
add(pnl);
...
   
APage.html
...
span wicket:id=pnl
   span wicket:id=test-lbl
/span
...
   
I want the page rendered having the label inside the custom panel
  without
having to implicitly create another panel extending the CustomPanel.
   
So, if you understood this and have any ideas, let me know.
   
Greetings from Greece,
Poko






   
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Re: Panel to be used as an abstract container

2010-11-11 Thread Martin Grigorov
If you have rounded corners at bottom of the panel then you'll need to add
the Fragment *in* the Panel, but provide wicket:fragment in the Page (the
fragment's markup provider)
It is a bit tricky but I'm sure you'll manage it.

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com wrote:

 Exactly, thank you very much! I will try that in the afternoon. I had no
 idea about Fragments, never used them before.

 I want to use this panel only for ui purposes. I don't want to repeat
 rounded corners markup in each page or multiple times in the same page,
 better have it in one place.

 Thank you again

 On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org
 wrote:

  Yes, the panel always contribute with its .html (always the same html).
  The Fragment is the dynamic content (so small that you don't to create
  Panel
  for it).
 
  This is what you want, right ?
 
  On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com
 wrote:
 
   Just to see if we are on the same page:
  
   You mean that the CustomPanel.html will be like this:
   ...
   div class=RoundedStuff
 div wicket:id=contents /
   /div
   ...
  
   And in the APage.html:
   ...
   div wicket:id=pnl /
   wicket:fragment wicket:id=whatever
   ...PANEL CONTENTS HERE...
   /wicket:fragment
   ...
  
   and in APage.java:
   ...
   CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
   pnl.add(new Fragment(contents,whatever);
   ...
  
   Right?
  
  
   On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Martin Grigorov 
 mgrigo...@apache.org
   wrote:
  
I think you need Fragment instead of Panel
   
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:47 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com
   wrote:
   
 Hi all, my first mail here, glad to join your community!

 I want to do the following:

 Create a panel that will be rendered as a box with rounded corners.
 I
dont
 want it to have it's inner components predefined in its class but
 dynamically adding them on each page the panel is present. I wish I
   could
 have its html file containg something like wicket:extend / and
 put
there
 the markup defined when used in pages.

 Since I dont understand my own words so far, I'll give an example:

 CustomPanel.html
 ...
 div class=Foo
   [other ui stuff here]
   wicket:extend /
 /div
 ...

 APage.java
 ...
 CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
 pnl.add(new Label(test-lbl, Tadaaa));
 add(pnl);
 ...

 APage.html
 ...
 span wicket:id=pnl
span wicket:id=test-lbl
 /span
 ...

 I want the page rendered having the label inside the custom panel
   without
 having to implicitly create another panel extending the
 CustomPanel.

 So, if you understood this and have any ideas, let me know.

 Greetings from Greece,
 Poko
 
 
 
 
 
 


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Re: Panel to be used as an abstract container

2010-11-11 Thread Poko Booth
Yes! Exactly, that's what I described in the previous mail. I hope panel
will able to find the fragment declared to its parent. I'll let you know.

On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 12:23 PM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.orgwrote:

 If you have rounded corners at bottom of the panel then you'll need to add
 the Fragment *in* the Panel, but provide wicket:fragment in the Page (the
 fragment's markup provider)
 It is a bit tricky but I'm sure you'll manage it.

 On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:02 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com wrote:

  Exactly, thank you very much! I will try that in the afternoon. I had no
  idea about Fragments, never used them before.
 
  I want to use this panel only for ui purposes. I don't want to repeat
  rounded corners markup in each page or multiple times in the same page,
  better have it in one place.
 
  Thank you again
 
  On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:53 AM, Martin Grigorov mgrigo...@apache.org
  wrote:
 
   Yes, the panel always contribute with its .html (always the same html).
   The Fragment is the dynamic content (so small that you don't to create
   Panel
   for it).
  
   This is what you want, right ?
  
   On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 10:35 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com
  wrote:
  
Just to see if we are on the same page:
   
You mean that the CustomPanel.html will be like this:
...
div class=RoundedStuff
  div wicket:id=contents /
/div
...
   
And in the APage.html:
...
div wicket:id=pnl /
wicket:fragment wicket:id=whatever
...PANEL CONTENTS HERE...
/wicket:fragment
...
   
and in APage.java:
...
CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
pnl.add(new Fragment(contents,whatever);
...
   
Right?
   
   
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 11:12 AM, Martin Grigorov 
  mgrigo...@apache.org
wrote:
   
 I think you need Fragment instead of Panel

 On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 9:47 AM, Poko Booth poko.bo...@gmail.com
wrote:

  Hi all, my first mail here, glad to join your community!
 
  I want to do the following:
 
  Create a panel that will be rendered as a box with rounded
 corners.
  I
 dont
  want it to have it's inner components predefined in its class but
  dynamically adding them on each page the panel is present. I wish
 I
could
  have its html file containg something like wicket:extend / and
  put
 there
  the markup defined when used in pages.
 
  Since I dont understand my own words so far, I'll give an
 example:
 
  CustomPanel.html
  ...
  div class=Foo
[other ui stuff here]
wicket:extend /
  /div
  ...
 
  APage.java
  ...
  CustomPanel pnl = new CustomPanel(pnl);
  pnl.add(new Label(test-lbl, Tadaaa));
  add(pnl);
  ...
 
  APage.html
  ...
  span wicket:id=pnl
 span wicket:id=test-lbl
  /span
  ...
 
  I want the page rendered having the label inside the custom panel
without
  having to implicitly create another panel extending the
  CustomPanel.
 
  So, if you understood this and have any ideas, let me know.
 
  Greetings from Greece,
  Poko
  
  
  
  
  
  
 
 
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