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Add two utility methods, one that includes a view into the response right away, while another captures the output to a String. One step further and we may give it a prefabricated (newly instantiated/fake) request/response (if possible) #149

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AnghelLeonard opened this Issue Jul 15, 2015 · 4 comments

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Not sure if I understand the first part. There's Components#includeFacelet() which allows programmatic inclusion of a Facelet. Can you please clarify?

Second part is sound.

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BalusC commented Aug 30, 2015

Not sure if I understand the first part. There's Components#includeFacelet() which allows programmatic inclusion of a Facelet. Can you please clarify?

Second part is sound.

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Hm, I initially understood/guessed something like

UIViewRoot view = Components.build("emailtemplate.xhtml");
String html = Components.encode(view);

Which I think is indeed useful.
The servlet example in the idea as mailed to me doesn't look terribly useful.

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BalusC commented Aug 31, 2015

Hm, I initially understood/guessed something like

UIViewRoot view = Components.build("emailtemplate.xhtml");
String html = Components.encode(view);

Which I think is indeed useful.
The servlet example in the idea as mailed to me doesn't look terribly useful.

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"The servlet example in the idea doesn't look terribly useful."
Bad ideas must go to trash! So, just ignore it.

 On Monday, August 31, 2015 10:11 PM, Bauke Scholtz <notifications@github.com> wrote:

Hm, I initially understood/guessed something like UIViewRoot view = Components.build("emailtemplate.xhtml");
String html = Components.encode(view);
Which I think is indeed useful.
The servlet example in the idea doesn't look terribly useful.—
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AnghelLeonard commented Sep 1, 2015

"The servlet example in the idea doesn't look terribly useful."
Bad ideas must go to trash! So, just ignore it.

 On Monday, August 31, 2015 10:11 PM, Bauke Scholtz <notifications@github.com> wrote:

Hm, I initially understood/guessed something like UIViewRoot view = Components.build("emailtemplate.xhtml");
String html = Components.encode(view);
Which I think is indeed useful.
The servlet example in the idea doesn't look terribly useful.—
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New feature is available in today's latest snapshot.

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BalusC commented Sep 23, 2015

New feature is available in today's latest snapshot.

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