Pixrael Posted April 6 Share Posted April 6 I have been using HTMX recently and it really is a very good option. Of course all of its functionality can be achieved using the Processwire API, and including partial files in the template file. But it would be wonderful to have some kind of facilities in our framework. Maybe with a new method in the PageRender class, that allows to select specific elements of the template file markup. The following is a simple idea based on the Markup Regions syntax: <pw-region id="content"> <h1><?= $page->title ?> <?= $page->summary ?> <h2>Contact Details</h2> <div id="contact_info" pw-fragment> <p><strong>$page->contact_name</strong></p> <p>$page->contact_address</p> </div> <h2>Social Channels</h2> <div id="total_likes" hx-swap-oob="true" pw-fragment> <a href="https://www.facebook.com/">$page->likes</a> </div> <p>Please, Call Us!</p> </pw-region> Since I'm not a programmer and I don't really understand very well how PW works inside, perhaps one of the following options can work to execute the rendering of the fragments (It can use the Find method that Markup Regions has for HTML tags) $output = $page->render("#contact_info#total_likes"); $output = $page->render("basic-page.php#contact_info,total_likes"); $output = $page->render("fragment=contact_info|total_likes"); $output = $page->fragment("contact_info|total_likes")->render(); $output = $page->render()->fragment("contact_info|total_likes"); $output = $page->renderFragment(["contact_info","total_likes"]); wireFragment() Of course this method does not use the append file of the "_main.php", perhaps doing a: $this->halt(); Laravel Blade has this already implemented for precisely the same purpose. Check this video: https://youtu.be/3dPUsXsDZsA https://htmx.org/essays/template-fragments/ @ryan what do you think about this? Everyone, would this be a good idea? ..or something similar? 7 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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