Class AnnotateBinder

  • All Implemented Interfaces:, Binder, BinderCtrl
    Direct Known Subclasses:

    public class AnnotateBinder
    extends BinderImpl
    ZK Annotated Binder, it parse the component annotation and handles the binding of components and view model.
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    Serialized Form
    • Constructor Detail

      • AnnotateBinder

        public AnnotateBinder()
        new a annotate binder with default event queue name and scope
      • AnnotateBinder

        public AnnotateBinder​(java.lang.String qname,
                              java.lang.String qscope)
        new a binder with event queue name and scope
        qname - event queue name
        qscope - event queue scope, see EventQueues
    • Method Detail

      • init

        public void init​(Component comp,
                         java.lang.Object vm,
                         java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.Object> initArgs)
        Initializes the binder with a root component and viewModel object. You should never call this if you use AnnotateBinder and zk annotation since 6.0.2, this method will take care of super's Binder.init(Component, Object, Map) only
        If AnnotateBinder need to be used manually, initAnnotatedBindings() need to be invoked for scanning and building binding syntax tree.
        Specified by:
        init in interface Binder
        init in class BinderImpl
        comp - root component of binder
        vm - viewModel object
        initArgs - args key-value pairs for initial, nullable
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      • initAnnotatedBindings

        public void initAnnotatedBindings()
        This method will parse Zul component's annotation that user declared and call Binder's addBindings series methods to initiate binder's internal binding syntax trees, which then will cooperate with context(for look up variables) and be used by Binder's EL engine while BinderImpl.loadComponent(Component, boolean) or Command been triggered.
      • createViewModelProxyIfEnabled

        public java.lang.Object createViewModelProxyIfEnabled​(java.lang.Object viewModel)
        Internal use only