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08-30-2011 05:55 PM
I feel like I'm asking a stupid question, but figure I ought to ask to be sure. Can you run a webworks app in Ripple if it is using a custom JS widget extension?
It looks like I've got to make an extension to expose PersistentStore, but I just know that when I do, I'll never be able to test it again in a real debugger.
08-31-2011 06:35 AM
you can detect in your app that it's executed but ripple if check the variable window.tinyHippos. Then you could implement a mock object of the webwork extension to test your app.
08-31-2011 10:50 PM
OK, I agree thats possible but it doesn't help me to actually DEBUG my extension, which is the whole point.
It seems the ONLY way to debug an extension is to use the eclipse webworks install (which is going away real soon) and install the Java plugin OTA (which is also going away). You have to start with the WebWorks package though because there isn't a way to install the eclipse plugin OTA that I know of.
Is there something else or is the landscape really that bleak for custom webworks widgets?