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    Default WizardPanel

    WizardPanel


    In my search for a good Wizard dialog, I found one here at...

    http://www.extjs.com/forum/showthread.php?t=38644

    Unfortunately it didn't work well... or at all with the latest versions of Ext GWT and GWT. So I cleaned up the errors, and adjusted the class to extend the ContentPanel instead of the Window.

    I take no credit for the original idea, or coding, all I did was make it work for gwt 2.x.

    http://michaelcamden.me/java/WizardPanel.zip

    Installation Instructions:

    Add the jar file to your build path.
    Modify your gwt.xml file, and add the inherited module.

    Code:
    <inherits name='ext.ux.wizard.WizardPanel'/>
    10/28/09
    I also added three methods to the WizardPanel

    Code:
    WizardPanel()
    Empty constructor, if you don't want to add cards right away, you can now do that.
    
    addCard(WizardCard card)
    Allows you to add individual cards to the WizardPanel
    
    setCards(ArrayList<WizardCard> cards)
    Allows you to set the card list.
    
    Example;
    
    WizardPanel wp = new WizardPanel();
    ArrayList<WizardCard> cards = new ArrayList<WizardCard>();
    cards.add(new WizardCard("Card 1"));
    cards.add(new WizardCard("Card 2"));
    cards.add(new WizardCard("Card 3"));
    
    wp.setCards(cards);
    
    RootPanel.get().add(wp);
    10/28/09
    Added a new listener to the WizardCard. It listens for the card show event. You can set the listener by invoking the setCardShowListener method.
    Code:
    setCardShowListener(Listener<BaseEvent> l)
    FYI
    The project I was using java for has died out completely, so I no longer have the time to maintain this code. I hope that it serves as an example of something that can be done using Ext GWT. I would recommend reading over the original authors post for examples or resources required, and wish you the best.
    Last edited by mrfr0g; 31 Aug 2011 at 7:15 AM. Reason: Link/Info update

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    This is excellent, thanks. One question I have: what's the recommended method of submitting a form in one of the cards? I don't see any way to do that in the example code of the original author, or any public method to get the formpanel.

    Thanks,
    Abdullah

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    Default Can't see the images or the css

    Can't see the images or the css


    I followed your instructions but the images don't show up nor the css is loaded...

    Did I miss something?

    how does it know the path to the various png's involved.

    - Bob

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