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Name: native
Namespace: http://www.zkoss.org/2005/zk/native
Namespace shortcut: native
Java: LanguageDefinition.NATIVE_NAMESPACE

It is the reserved namespace for specifying native elements. A native element represents a native tag at the client. For browsers, a native element represents a HTML tag. Unlike the xhtml language, there is no component associated with, so the performance is much better but you cannot change it dynamically.

<n:table xmlns:n="native">
  <n:tr>
    <n:td>Username</n:td>
    <n:td><textbox/></n:td>
  </n:tr>
  <n:tr>
    <n:td>Password</n:td>
    <n:td><textbox type="password"/></n:td>
  </n:tr>
</n:table>

where n:table, n:tr and n:td are native, i.e., they are generated directly to the client without creating a component for each of them.

Notice that ZK Loader assumes any element name with the native namespace is correct and generated to the client directly. It is your job to make sure there is no typo or other errors.

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