Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread Sébastien Piller

We use iframes for that. It works quite well.

Stefan Lindner wrote:

Dear wicket users and wizzards!

Is ist possible to use wicket to implement partial pages that can be
embedded into another page? E.g. to have a normal content management
system like Joomla and use wicket top lug it into exisiting pages for
some dynamic, database driven content? The HTML that is created by
wicket must not contain the usual htmlhead... part.

Any Ideas hints?

Stefan

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Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread Randy S.
Hi all. I am evaluating Wicket for our company and also have the same
question.

There are cases when iframes work just fine (even better), but other cases
when an in-DOM solution is needed. For example, if the app needs to display
something like a fly-out or simulated pop-up outside the screen space of the
app, the boundary of the iframe prevents such UI elements from going outside
the iframe.

Naturally, apps running in such a way would have constraints because they're
sharing the DOM, JS and CSS with other apps (e.g., like a portal page). But
it would add flexibility to Wicket.

-Randy S.

On Mar 3, 2009 7:49 AM, Sébastien Piller pi...@hmcrecord.ch wrote:

We use iframes for that. It works quite well.

Stefan Lindner wrote:   Dear wicket users and wizzards!   Is ist
possible to use wicket to imp...


Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread Igor Vaynberg
you can use iresponsefilter to strip whatever you want from the generated html.

-igor

On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 3:11 PM, Randy S. randypo...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hi all. I am evaluating Wicket for our company and also have the same
 question.

 There are cases when iframes work just fine (even better), but other cases
 when an in-DOM solution is needed. For example, if the app needs to display
 something like a fly-out or simulated pop-up outside the screen space of the
 app, the boundary of the iframe prevents such UI elements from going outside
 the iframe.

 Naturally, apps running in such a way would have constraints because they're
 sharing the DOM, JS and CSS with other apps (e.g., like a portal page). But
 it would add flexibility to Wicket.

 -Randy S.

 On Mar 3, 2009 7:49 AM, Sébastien Piller pi...@hmcrecord.ch wrote:

 We use iframes for that. It works quite well.

 Stefan Lindner wrote:   Dear wicket users and wizzards!   Is ist
 possible to use wicket to imp...


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Re: Wicket pages as plugin

2009-03-03 Thread Randy S.
Thanks Igor. I guess the trick would be knowing what is safe to filter out
without breaking Wicket. I'll look into this filter.

On Mar 3, 2009 5:15 PM, Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.com wrote:

you can use iresponsefilter to strip whatever you want from the generated
html.

-igor

On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 3:11 PM, Randy S. randypo...@gmail.com wrote:  Hi
all. I am evaluating Wi...

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