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Ring Documentation, Release 1.5.

47.18 HtmlPage Class

Using this class we can create HTML documents without printing the output to the standard output
So instead of using the WebLib in Web Applications only
We can use it in Console/GUI/Mobile Applications too
Example:
load "stdlib.ring"
load "weblib.ring"

import System.Web

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func main

mypage = new HtmlPage {


h1 { text("Customers Report") }
Table
{
style = stylewidth("100%") + stylegradient(4)
TR
{
TD { WIDTH="10%" text("Customers Count : " ) }
TD { text (100) }
}
}

Table
{
style = stylewidth("100%") + stylegradient(26)
TR
{
style = stylewidth("100%") + stylegradient(24)
TD { text("Name " ) }
TD { text("Age" ) }
TD { text("Country" ) }
TD { text("Job" ) }
TD { text("Company" ) }
}
for x = 1 to 100
TR
{
TD { text("Test" ) }
TD { text("30" ) }
TD { text("Egypt" ) }
TD { text("Sales" ) }
TD { text("Future" ) }
}
next
}

write("report.html",mypage.output())

47.19 Using Bootstrap Library using Functions

The next example uses the Bootstrap JavaScript Library when generating the HTML page.
#!c:\ring\bin\ring.exe -cgi
Load "weblib.ring"
Import System.Web

Func Main
new BootstrapPage {
divstart([ :class = "container" ])
divstart([ :class = "jumbotron" ])
h1("Bootstrap Page")
divend()

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divstart([ :class = :row ])


divstart([ :class = "col-sm-4" ])
h3("Welcome to the Ring programming language")
p([ :text = "Using a scripting language is very fun!" ])
divend()
divstart([ :class = "col-sm-4" ])
h3("Welcome to the Ring programming language")
p([ :text = "using a scripting language is very fun!" ])
divend()
divstart([ :class = "col-sm-4" ])
h3("Welcome to the Ring programming language")
p([ :text = "using a scripting language is very fun!" ])
divend()
divend()
divend()
}

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47.20 Using Bootstrap Library using Objects

The next example uses the Bootstrap JavaScript Library when generating the HTML page.
Instead of using functions to generate the HTML elements, we will use objects.
#!c:\ring\bin\ring.exe -cgi
Load "weblib.ring"
Import System.Web

Func Main

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BootStrapWebPage()
{
div
{
classname = :container
div
{
classname = :jumbotron
H1 { text("Bootstrap Page") }
}
div
{
classname = :row
for x = 1 to 3
div
{
classname = "col-sm-4"
H3 { html("Welcome to the Ring programming language") }
P { html("Using a scripting language is very fun!") }
}
next
}
div
{
classname = :row
div
{
classname = "col-sm-4"
Button
{
classname = "btn btn-info btn-lg"
datatoggle= "modal"
datatarget = "#myModal"
text("Open Large Modal")
}
}
div
{
classname = "col-sm-4"
Button { classname = "btn btn-default btn-lg" text("default") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-primary btn-md" text("primary") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-sucess btn-sm" text("sucess") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-info btn-xs" text("info") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-warning" text("warning") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-danger" text("danger") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-link" text("link") }
}
div
{
classname = "col-sm-4"
Button { classname = "btn btn-default btn-block" text("default") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-primary btn-block" text("primary") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-sucess btn-block" text("sucess") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-info btn-block" text("info") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-warning btn-block" text("warning") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-danger btn-block" text("danger") }
Button { classname = "btn btn-link btn-block" text("link") }
}

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div
{
classname = "col-sm-4"
div { classname = "btn-group"
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("one") }
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("two") }
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("three") }
}
}
div
{
classname = "col-sm-4"
div { classname = "btn-group btn-group-lg"
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("one") }
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("two") }
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("three") }
}
}
div
{
classname = "col-sm-4"
div {
classname = "btn-group-vertical btn-group-lg"
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("one") }
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("two") }
button { classname="btn btn-primary" text("three") }
}
}
}
div { classname="modal fade" id="myModal" role="dialog"
div { classname = "modal-dialog modal-lg"
div { classname="modal-content"
div { classname="modal-header"
button { classname="close" datadismiss="modal"
html("&times")
}
h4 { classname="modal-title"
text("Modal Header")
}
}
div { classname = "modal-body"
p { text("This is a large model.") }
}
div { classname="modal-footer"
button { classname = "btn btn-default" datadismiss="modal"
text("close")
}
}
}
}
}
}
}

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47.21 CRUD Example using MVC

The next example uses the weblib.ring & datalib.ring.


The datalib.ring contains classes for creating database applications using MVC pattern.
In this example we create an object from the SalaryController class then call the Routing method.
We define the website variable to contains the basic url of the page.
When we create the SalaryModel class from the ModelBase class, the salary table will be opened and the columns
data will be defined as attributes in the model class.
The SalaryView class create an object from the SalaryLanguageEnglish class to be used for translation.
The method AddFuncScript is used to call the form for adding/modifying record data.
The method FormViewContent is used to determine the controls in the form when we add or modify a record.
#!c:\ring\bin\ring.exe -cgi
Load "weblib.ring"
Load "datalib.ring"
Import System.Web

website = "ex24.ring"

New SalaryController { Routing() }

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Class SalaryModel from ModelBase

Class SalaryController From ControllerBase

Class SalaryView From ViewBase

oLanguage = new SalaryLanguageEnglish

Func AddFuncScript oPage,oController


return oPage.scriptfuncajax("myadd",oController.cMainURL+
oController.cOperation+"=add","mysubpage")

Func FormViewContent oController,oTranslation,oPage


return [
[ oTranslation.aColumnsTitles[2], "textbox", "name",
oController.oModel.Name, oPage.stylewidth("100%") ],
[ oTranslation.aColumnsTitles[3], "textbox", "salary",
oController.oModel.Salary, oPage.stylewidth("50%") ]
]

Class SalaryLanguageEnglish
cTitle = "Salary Table"
cBack = "back"
aColumnsTitles = ["ID","Name","Salary"]
cOptions = "Options"
cSearch = "Search"
comboitems = ["Select Option...","Edit","Delete"]
cAddRecord = "Add Record"
cEditRecord = "Edit Record"
cRecordDeleted = "Record Deleted!"
aMovePages = ["First","Prev","Next","Last"]
cPage = "Page"
cOf = "of"
cRecordsCount = "Records Count"
cSave = "Save"
temp = new page
cTextAlign = temp.StyleTextRight()
cNoRecords = "No records!"

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47.22 Users registration and Login

We have the users classes (Model, View & Controller) to deal with the users data like username & email.
The next code is stored in ex25_users.ring
Class UsersModel from ModelBase
cSearchColumn = "username"

Class UsersController From ControllerBase

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aColumnsNames = ["id","username","email"]

Func UpdateRecord
oModel.id = aPageVars[cRecID]
oModel.updatecolumn("username", aPageVars[:username] )
oModel.updatecolumn("email", aPageVars[:email] )
oView.UpdateView(self)

Class UsersView from ViewBase

oLanguage = new UsersLanguageEnglish

Func AddFuncScript oPage,oController


return oPage.scriptfunc("myadd",oPage.scriptredirection("ex26.ring"))

Func FormViewContent oController,oTranslation,oPage


return [
[oTranslation.aColumnsTitles[2],"textbox","username",
oController.oModel.UserName,oPage.stylewidth("100%")],
[oTranslation.aColumnsTitles[3],"textbox","email",
oController.oModel.Email,oPage.stylewidth("50%")]
]

Class UsersLanguageEnglish
cTitle = "Users Table"
cBack = "back"
aColumnsTitles = ["ID","User Name","Email"]
cOptions = "Options"
cSearch = "Search"
comboitems = ["Select Option...","Edit","Delete"]
cAddRecord = "Add Record"
cEditRecord = "Edit Record"
cRecordDeleted = "Record Deleted!"
aMovePages = ["First","Prev","Next","Last"]
cPage = "Page"
cOf = "of"
cRecordsCount = "Records Count"
cSave = "Save"
temp = new page
cTextAlign = temp.StyleTextRight()
cNoRecords = "No records!"

In the file ex25.ring we load ex25_users.ring then create an object from UsersController class.
Using the created object, we call the routing method.
#!c:\ring\bin\ring.exe -cgi
Load "weblib.ring"
Load "datalib.ring"
Load "ex25_users.ring"

Import System.Web
website = "ex25.ring"
New UsersController { Routing() }

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See the next code for the registration page


#!c:\ring\bin\ring.exe -cgi
Load "weblib.ring"
Load "datalib.ring"
Import System.Web

website = "ex26.ring"

new page {
boxstart()
text( "Register")
newline()
boxend()
divstart([:style = stylegradient(6) + stylesize("100%","95%") ])
link([ :url = website, :title = "back" , :style = stylecolor("white")])
newline()
divstart([ :style= styledivcenter("500","160") + stylegradient(52) ])
formpost("ex27.ring")
tablestart([ :Style = stylemarginleft("2%") + stylemargintop("2%") +
stylewidth("90%") ])
rowstart([])
cellstart([:style = stylewidth("20%") + styleheight(30)])
text("User Name")
cellend()
cellstart([ :style = stylewidth("80%") ])
textbox([:name = "username", :style = stylewidth("100%")])
cellend()
rowend()
rowstart([])
cellstart([ :Style = styleheight(30)])
text("Password")
cellend()
cellstart([])
textbox([:name = "password" , :type = "password"])

47.22. Users registration and Login 404