[Seaside] How to include style for a component composed by other
jfitzell at gmail.com
Thu Jan 7 14:39:54 UTC 2010
Either is probably fine. In general, it would be *better* to arrange for
only the active sub-components to be in #children (all #children are given
the opportunity to add stylesheets, updateUrl:, etc. and you may not want
inactive components to do that) but I'd say it's a common pattern to return
all the children that you *might* render.
On Thu, Jan 7, 2010 at 4:33 AM, Cyrille Delaunay <cy.delaunay at gmail.com>wrote:
> Thank you. Now I have another question:)
> If I have subcomponents (in my root component ) that I render only in
> specific conditions (when the user press a button for example), should those
> components always figure in the children method?
> Or should they be added in the children only when they are rendered?
> In general, what is the comon solution to deal with this kind of problem
> (render components in specific conditions) ?
> 2010/1/4 Julian Fitzell <jfitzell at gmail.com>
> No, your root component can have a #renderContentOn: method. The
>> default behaviour if there isn't one is to simply render each of the
>> children in order, but I'd say more or less nobody relies on that
>> behaviour. In your renderContentOn: method, you simple do "html
>> render: childComponent" wherever you want one of the children rendered
>> (and yes, you should return them from #children also).
>> On Mon, Jan 4, 2010 at 7:05 AM, Cyrille Delaunay <cy.delaunay at gmail.com>
>> > Hi,
>> > Here is what I would like to do with my apllication:
>> > - I have a root component composed by several components. If I
>> > well how to do that, I just define a 'children' method wich define the
>> > subcomponents of this root component. I can not define a
>> > method in the root component, but only in the subcomponents. Am I right?
>> > - Therefor, I can specify some CSS Classes or Ids to the subcompenent
>> > not for the whole root component. Imagine I want a specific background
>> > for my root component and inside him, a specific background colour for
>> > subcomponent (so that between each of them we see the 'root colour').
>> > can I do that?
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