|Re: Widgets classic are different from js [message #1839576 is a reply to message #1839542]
|Wed, 24 March 2021 06:42
| Andre Wegmueller
Registered: September 2012
Location: Baden-Dättwil, Switzerla...
In case you're not sure whether or not a widget exists in Scout JS you can simply look at the @eclipse-scout/core module. Everything that's in there can be used in a Scout JS app.
If must use the CalendarField in a Scout JS app now, I'd suggest to have a look at the Scout Classic widgets app anyway, because the widgets used in the Classic app are the same as in the JS app. Start the browser's dev tools (f12) and check the JSON response you see there, when you open the CalenderField-form and click around there. You may also set some breakpoints in Calendar.js. This way you should see, what parameters the widget expects, and which functions you should call, even though it is not yet "officially" available in the Scout JS app.
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