Changes between Version 4 and Version 5 of CodeSamples/Fusion/SuperSimple


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Dec 18, 2007 10:32:44 AM (11 years ago)
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    1 This is an example of an extremely simple Fusion application.
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    3 It only uses straight CSS and HTML, with no fancy !JavaScript of Jx layout components other than what is contained in Fusion.
     3This page is one of the !MapGuide Community CodeSamples.  Visit the CodeSamples page to view more!
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     5== Introduction ==
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     7!SuperSimple is an example of an extremely simple Fusion application with an associated !ApplicationDefinition.  This does not use the template concept or any !JavaScript or Jx calls other than what is contained in Fusion.  This should probably not be used as the basis for developing Fusion apps, just as a starting point for understanding the relationship between the HTML, CSS, and !ApplicationDefinition.xml files.
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     9== Installation ==
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    511To install this (on Windows) unzip the contents of the [/mapguide/attachment/wiki/CodeSamples/Fusion/SuperSimple/supersimple.zip?format=raw attached zipfile] into the following directory:
     
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     29== What next? ==
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    24 Once you are familiar with this minimalist application, it is worth looking at the index.html files in the bundled Fusion templates to see what Jx can do; it's where Fusion's dynamic layout capabilities comes from.
     31Once you are familiar with this minimalist application, you will want to explore the bundled Fusion templates stored at:
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     33{{{
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     36 C:\Program Files\MapGuideOpenSource2.0\WebServerExtensions\www\fusion\templates\mapguide\
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     40... probably starting with the "learn" template.
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     42These provide much more insight into the use of the flexible Jx library for layout, and how to create a proper template that can be used in future GUI application definition builders.