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hello,
is it possible to wrap polymer webcomponent as orbeon component and have it on toolbar?
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Re: use polymer webcomponent

Alessandro  Vernet
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Hi Radek,

Certainly, and I don't think that the fact Polymer is used will or should make any difference from the perspective of Orbeon Forms. To wrap the component, you'll need to learn a bit about XBL


And for the Form Builder specific metadata you'll want to add to your XBL component so it shows in the Form Builder toolbox, see:


I should also add that XBL can be quite involved ;), so feel free to ask here if you stumble on some issue.

Alex

On Fri, Sep 9, 2016 at 5:48 AM, rac <[hidden email]> wrote:
hello,
is it possible to wrap polymer webcomponent as orbeon component and have it
on toolbar?

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