[Seaside] Re: Ajax that uses server-side rendering

Stephan Eggermont stephan at stack.nl
Thu Jul 16 19:12:20 UTC 2015

On 16-07-15 18:37, Iwan Vosloo wrote:
> On 16/07/2015 09:10, Stephan Eggermont wrote:
>> On 16-07-15 08:24, Iwan Vosloo wrote:
>>> That's the general idea, but we'd like to do that using magritte. Given
>>> an object (say a IdentificationDocument), with two descriptions - one
>>> for the type of document and another for the expiry date we'd like to
>>> control the visibility of the expiry date using magritte and rerender
>>> the MAContainerComponent of this object with the jQuery load.
>> Then you might want to take a look at QCMagritte
>> Stephan
> I was afraid someone might say that... I do not have anything against
> it, we are just trying to get all the code in an existing system to be
> implemented consistently and QCMagritte would introduce a new way of
> doing things. So, I am a bit reluctant to go there if all options with
> straight Magritte have not been exhausted.
> Would QCMagritte be the only way of achieving this, or just the better
> way (vs Magritte)?

QCMagritte is Magritte. You'll find one way of achieving what you 
described in it. QCMagritte helps reducing duplication in the
descriptions and the builders.


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