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UI template design by enduser

 
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Hi,

I have got a requirement to provide User Interface to end user to design web pages dynamically having drag-drop feature. This is more like basic form elements that he/she would like to customize himself. This is then stored as template and shown to user on later visits. Has anyone had similar experience on such prjects , if so please share the details.

For this requirement , Is there right technology to choose from ? would JSF suffice ?

Thanks.
 
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Hmm, it sounds like you could be re-inventing the wheel here somewhat, are existing editors not good enough?
 
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Martijn,

Its more like http/https request response paradigm model , rather than editors. So end user would request for a page which has toolbox of html elements and a work area to compose his page. he should be able to drag and drop things and arrange it.

I still need to ponder on the technology to be used. Need your inputs.Thanks.
 
yeah, but ... what would PIE do? Especially concerning this tiny ad:
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