OK
I however have another question on that topic.
As a Java dev, I'm quite fond of Webjars as they provide me a way to make sure which version of a Javascript I use. I've seen that XWiki can integrate webjars (http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/WebJars+Integration) but, as far as I understand, it's only available when writing extensions ... When writing that, I realize the same question can be asked about Groovy : if I try to use a dependency using Groovy grapes, will it work ? It seems to me it won't work, but can anyone confirm ?

Le 23/03/2015 17:09, Eduard Moraru a écrit :
Hi Nicolas,

Typically, the flow is the following:
1. You create a page and the markup (wiki syntax + additional HTML if you
need form UI elements or if you can not reuse property displayers from
velocity, e.g. $doc.display('someProperty', 'edit') [1] )
2. You add a skin extension [2] object to that document where you add your
CSS and JS needs
3. Inside that JSX object you can depend on 3rd party libraries using the
recommended require.js approach [3] or anything else that suites you
4. Profit

More such information is available on the dev guide's tutorials and
resources page [4].

Hope this helps,
Eduard

P.S.: Regarding javascript, be aware that we are currently moving away from
Prototype.js and towards jQuery, but a lot of documentation still talks
about how to do things with Prototype.js, you just need to digg deep enough
to find the jQuery alternatives, figure them out, ask people for help and,
document back your findings (on xwiki.org pages) so that you can help
others in your same situation :)

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[1] http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/API
[2]
http://extensions.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Extension/Skin+Extension+Plugin
[3]
http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/JavaScriptAPI#HRequireJSandjQueryAPIs
[4] http://platform.xwiki.org/xwiki/bin/view/DevGuide/

On Mon, Mar 23, 2015 at 5:33 PM, Nicolas Delsaux <nicolas.dels...@gmx.fr>
wrote:

I would like to create a Javascript application in XWiki.
My precise goal is to go get some content from Jenkins (build status) and
render it over a static image using d3.js or any other rich rendering
framework.
I suppose the only way to implement that is to write my webpage as HTML.
But, then, how will I use external frameworks ? (typically d3.js)

Thanks

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Nicolas Delsaux
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