Started by vbo75, December 17, 2021, 16:15:19 PM
Quote from: vbo75 on December 17, 2021, 16:15:19 PMI need to present more than one model in the HTML report site. I expect to develop a plug-in (based on the actual plug-in) to select models to include in a global HTML report site.
Quote from: Phil Beauvoir on December 17, 2021, 16:31:14 PMHi,the general advice I can give is to study the code in the existing HTML Report plug-in. But what are you aiming for? Do you want to modify the existing plug-in (it uses String Template, CSS and JS) or use a different framework for generating HTML?
Quote from: Jean-Baptiste Sarrodie on December 17, 2021, 19:18:05 PMHi,I personnaly often try to avoid complexity (and believe me, writing an eclipse plugin is complexity). COuld you explain your end goal so that we could help you devise a simpler way of doing it?FWIW, in my team we maintain several models, and we use a very simple website (only one PHP page) to host our HTML exports of models. We simply export them and put the content under a folder, and then the "magic page" provides a portal page that dynamically lists the model and its update date. Automation could be easy as Archi can be run headless on command line, but in our case we just do it manually when needed.Regards,JB
Quote from: vbo75 on January 13, 2022, 14:41:24 PMHi,Thinking about thumbnails and bad image quality when downsizing PNG file, I thought it would be a good thing to improve image definition with SVG file. So I found a solution for zooming and panning SVG in a HTML frame
Quote from: Phil Beauvoir on January 13, 2022, 14:43:36 PMSounds good. But can you click on the objects in the diagram as you can with the PNG images?
Quote from: vbo75 on January 13, 2022, 15:09:27 PMYes, it's possible to click on a diagram element, but I have to include a herf directly in the SVG code. So I need to understand how SVG file are generated in Archi code source to add the good html link when a diagram element is rendering in SVG.