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|How to use custom sorter in XML views|
I debugged BindingParser and seems like "formatter", "factory" and
"groupHeaderFactory" resolve as reference as you want but "filters"
and "sorters" resolve as a static object.
So in xml binding this is not supported you should open feature
|Laravel, custom functions in for views|
I would pop some client side code into your views and access a route
to a controller action (which returns JSON by default) and
conditionally add that particular snippet into your view (via a
variable passed to the view that determines if the person is logged
in). Then you can apply an auth filter to your route to protect it.
Note: with this approach you can pass url parameters to your action.
|grails: How to derive custom views while keeping generated ones for reference|
There's no particular reason why you need to create your own
controllers, why not just add additional actions into the scaffolded
controllers and have them render views with different names to the
scaffolded views. Then your custom actions/views can happily co-exist
with those created by scaffolding.
|Custom Grid Control|
I'm not sure I fully understand the question but you can revise your
code using this approach:
|Data quering from asp.net custom control|
In my opinion that appears just fine. You're going to have to connect
to some other layer, so the question is, do you need to separate your
BusinessService layer from your presentation? The only answers I can
think of are if you need to add a layer of security, or if you need to
abstract out domain types to make your calls platform independent
(like if your business layer is tied to Entity Frame