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All visual components of an EntireJ application are displayed using Renderers. Renderers come in many shapes and forms and for different parts of an application. The Application Renderers page within the application.ejprop editor is the place to add or change the renderers for an application

Renderers are the GUI elements that users interacts with. Every graphical element of an application is made available to the application through a given renderer. The Renderers themselves do not belong to the EntireJ core and can be different across the different type of Client Frameworks. If an application requires data to be displayed differently then a renderer can be creaed and assigned to the application by adding it in the application.ejprop file giving it a name. The name is what is added to each form where the renderer is to be used. This means that renderers can completely changed without having to make modifications to the place where it is being used

Block/Item Renderers

EntireJ comes equipped with a vast array of renderers including:

Block Renderers:

  • Table Renderer

  • Tree Renderer

  • Tree Table Renderer

  • HTML Table Renderer


Item Renderers:

  • Text Item

  • TextArea Item

  • Number Item

  • Date Item

  • Date Time Item

  • Label Item

  • Button Item

  • Combo Item

  • List Item

  • Radio Item

  • CheckBox Item

  • Image Item


If however an application requires a new renderer then it can be written and added seelesly into any EntireJ application. EntireJ provides the necessary interfaces and you provide the source.

Component Renderers

A unique functionality belonging to EntireJ is the posibility to build an Application Layout. The application layout is for the entire application within which each entirej form runs. To buildthis layout, entirej uses Component Renderers. Existing renderers are:

  • Tab Form Container

  • Single Form Container

  • Stacked Form Container

  • Menu Tree

  • Form Toolbar

  • Banner

  • Status Bar

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