[Seaside] Re: Ajax that uses server-side rendering
pdebruic at gmail.com
Wed Jul 15 16:00:05 UTC 2015
onChange: (html jQuery id: 'textInputDiv') load html:[:h | self
html div id:'textInputDiv'
do what you want?
Iwan Vosloo wrote
> Hi there.
> I am relatively new to Seaside and am uncertain about the best way to
> solve some of the requirements we need to cover for a client. We do have
> solutions for these, but they are tightly coupled to in-house
> infrastructure and I think we can lean a lot from seeing how you guys
> would have done it.
> All of this is happening on Pharo 3.0, Seaside 3.1 and Magritte 3. Some
> of the stuff is built using components and some using Magritte. We
> prefer the latter.
> Here is a relatively simple one:
> We need to let a user choose a "type of ID document" in a dropdown.
> Underneath this dropdown, a text input should appear via ajax (on change
> of the dropdown), but it appears only for certain options of the dropdown.
> This should happen via ajax, but we have one wish... we do not want to
> should be changed in the browser. We'd rather fetch newly generated HTML
> from the server via a "jQuery load", and replace a small chunk of the
> form with this HTML. This way we let the original server-side
> seaside/magritte code render that (changed) HTML snippet. (Some of our
> screens are fairly complex, and we'd prefer to keep the logic for what
> such a screen look like written once, and using Seaside/Magritte.)
> - Iwan
> PS: Is the seaside list the correct place to have this discussion? (as
> opposed to the magritte list)
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