Thank for your advice,
First, I though that integrating Isis with ZK is an easy task, but I spend
many days without any task done. Now I don't know what should I do next,
HTML + CSS), it's a lot of time consuming.
I have started develop without any knowledge base even Java EE(JDO, CDI,
ORM,...), So I decide to learn Apache Wicket and Java EE, before I start
Apache Isis again.
On Thu, Nov 23, 2017 at 5:14 PM, Stephen Cameron <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> Regarding ZK 'Presentation Layer' seems this is the ability to use ZK
> components in a template context, eg JSP, Struts. That is doing things at a
> lower level, but interesting to ask if such a lower level exists in Apache
> I see there is a Freemaker templates module in the Incode Platform. I've no
> experience with it but maybe it's worth checking out?
> I've a perceived need that is related, essentially a presentation layer on
> top of my domain model, which is detached forms. This is a common business
> need that Apache Isis, I feel, shouldn't necessarily cater for, but which
> could perhaps be integrated via the functionality in its meta-model. I say
> this because of a perceived similarity in how the meta-model is used to
> bind the Java domain object model to the UI and a similar thing in the W3C
> XForms standard. In the first case via name conventions, in the later more
> like a spreadsheet.
> Some forms can be very complex, but are a process follower idiom rather
> than a problem solver one. Ultimately the data collected in a form has to
> find a use, maybe this will be simply for analysis via queries on a
> database, However, to have the two idioms coexisting when necessary,
> seems nice to have.
> I had a potential project recently that was more of a content management
> system need, lots safety documents, and of forms for people to fill in to
> prove they had read and understood. Apache Isis didn't seem that good a fit
> in total, but for parts it was very good, the management parts. Using the
> security module, via the meta-model, was very powerful in getting a MVP
> done quickly.
> Thinking outside the box in regards to a presentation layer, I am a fan of
> XQuery, which though originating to manipulate XML documents, is designed
> around a more general meta-model (of sequences) essentially. So the data
> source can be anything. This flexibility led to a platform called XRX
> (XForms, REST, XQuery) that sadly went nowhere.
> On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 10:43 PM, SE Song <[EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > Moving off isn't my option, because I love Apache Isis anyways. Only one
> > thing that I doesn't like is UI, that's why I try to use ZK as my UI. I
> > know I'm going to throws out one of the framework's key features, but
> > Apache
> > Isis isn't just a tool for generate UI, there are a lot more features.
> > ZK isn't just a viewer or Frontend Layer, it also has Presentation Layer,
> > On my previous project I use ZK & JDBC using Constructor. while Apache
> > using Dependency Injection @Inject, But I don't have a lot of experience
> > this. I also doubt what I'm trying to do the wrong ways. But If this
> > possible, I will be able to build a greate development environment. So I
> > try all options that maybe possible for me and meet my requirement.
> > It also has advantage for a Framework which be able to integrate with
> > Framework for multiple options.
> > On Wed, Nov 22, 2017 at 4:21 PM, Stephen Cameron <
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> > > wrote:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > I seriously doubt this can work in the way you imagine.
> > >
> > > You'd have to write a whole new ZK based viewer (like the standard
> > > one). See the org.apache.isis.viewer.wicket.* packages (4 jars) in
> > > Maven dependencies of the webapp.