[Pas2js] is it possible to create GUi with no need to manually add the code to .html page

Michael Van Canneyt michael at freepascal.org
Mon Aug 24 17:55:43 CEST 2020

On Mon, 24 Aug 2020, Mgr. Janusz Chmiel wrote:

> When I have looked at Pacman demo and inside some other demos, I have sadly
> found out, that HTMl code contain code to create some buttons, and when some
> HTMl element is selected, Javascript react on it, so Pascal source contain
> The appropriate code.
> Is it possible to use webwidgets.pas unit to create GUi elements such as.
> Combobox, rfadio button, checkbox, ETC? Or I would also had to create those
> elements first inside .html code and react on its events from Pascal source?

You can do both.

> Or webwidget unit can be also used to create GUi elements on WEB page with
> no need to add new data to .html file? So everything can be done directly
> from .pas or .lpr sources?

You can do both.

FMyButton.Text:='Click me';

Or you can put the page and button in the HTML like this:

<div id="mydivid">
   <button id="mybuttonid" type="button" class="btn btn-primary">Click me</button>

and do

FMyPage.ElementID:='mydivid'; // Some div

The end effect is the same.


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