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MARKUP: wishlist

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Anonymous

The JDNC markup looks like a great start. I really hope that efforts are focussed on making it workable and extensible.

The API alone is nice, but it will get lost amongst the noise without the markup.

My wishlist:

* More documentation on markup !
* More info on how to mix markup with API
* How to write custom tags/add to the markup doco and tutorial
* simple ways to plug in beans/event handlers (configure in markup only, no API interaction)
* simple ways to perhaps link markup generated forms together (via a popup?) - hyperlink style.

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rameshgupta
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> The JDNC markup looks like a great start. I really
> hope that efforts are focussed on making it workable
> and extensible.
>
> The API alone is nice, but it will get lost amongst
> the noise without the markup.

Michael, I fully agree with you, and wish that Sun allocated more resources to this project!

>
> My wishlist:
>
> * More documentation on markup !
> * More info on how to mix markup with API
> * How to write custom tags/add to the markup doco and
> tutorial
> * simple ways to plug in beans/event handlers
> (configure in markup only, no API interaction)
> * simple ways to perhaps link markup generated forms
> together (via a popup?) - hyperlink style.

Yes, all of the above are in my wishlist too ;-)

Ramesh Gupta