Friday, September 30th, 2005

Japano Web Application Toolkit

Category: Toolkit

The Japano Web Application Toolkit is a marriage of JSP taglibs and a core Javascript library.

This means that you end up with code like below that sucks in the javascript, and uses the jpn taglibraries to dynamically load a partial page:

<script language="javascript" src="${pageContext.request.contextPath}/japano.js"></script>

function loadIndex() {
    // load the part with the id "content" from the index.jsp and feed it to to an
    // inline function
    japano.getHTML( japano.convertToURL("index.jsp"), function(result)
        var e=document.getElementById("dynIndex");
        // replace the current div with the newly loaded div which has "content" as id
        // restore the former id.
        result.setAttribute("id", "dynIndex"); 
      } , { ".part" : "content"});

<jpn:button fn="loadIndex">Load Index Content</jpn:button>

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:29 am

3.6 rating from 31 votes


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content overflows the centre column and is invisible.

Mozilla 1.7.8 linux

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