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AJAX and ThymeLeaf For Modal Dialogs

The final part of the basic phonebook application is being able to¬†click on a person and see details about them. For this part I’ve decided for now not to open a new page but to open the persons details in

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Highlighting The Selected Area With Thymeleaf

Now that I have pulled the side navigation menu out in to its own reusable code fragment I can now make a small adjustment to it to highlight the currently selected option in the navigator. In the Domino/XPage world this

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Reuse More Code With ThymeLeaf Layouts

As you saw in the last entry you can use ThymeLeaf Fragments to split out reusable parts of your html pages so that you can just drop them in where needed just like Custom Controls in XPages. Another great XPage

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Introducing ThymeLeaf Fragments

When I created my people by location page I just copied the entire home page of the application. I now want to make a few changes to the side navigator but if I leave things as they are now I

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Add The People By Location Page

Now that the controller is created and has been committed to our source control it is time to create the page that is associated with it. I’ve started by copying the home.html page to it’s own file called location.html (to

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Adding Locations Data To The UI

Now that we have our demo data and we have confirmed that it exists when we start the application it is time to add it to the Thymeleaf based UI. First we need to add it to the data model

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Adding Bootstrap To The Frontend

Web applications need more than just html. You also need CSS, JavaScript, Images maybe even Fonts. All of these can be added to the resources/static folder in your SpringBoot application. Here I have added a phonebook.css file that will hold

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