Create static HTML files...
Generate a static HTML version of your UX component. Several different files will be generated (e.g. .html, .css, .js, etc.). The collection of files is referred to as a 'fileset'. You must save the component that you want to convert to HTML before you can use this feature.
- Component alias
Specify an alias for this component. The alias is used to generate the object name for the component at runtime.
Specify the folder where the files should be generated. The files will be generated inside a sub-folder in this folder. If you select the <Webroot> the files will be generated in a folder in your Alpha Anywhere webroot and you will be able to do a Remote Preview on a mobile device or Live Preview in your browser.
Specify the name for this fileset. The generated files are placed in a sub-folder with this name inside a specified 'Folder'
- Additional assets to include in Fileset
Specify the filenames of any additional files in the Web Project that you want to include in the fileset.
- Create application manifest
Specify if an application manifest file should be created.
- Show manifest
Specify if the manifest should be shown after it has been created. This will allow you to apply manual edits to the list in the manifest.
- Manifest filter rules
You can define rules to automatically filter out certain files from the manifest.
- URL Ajax callbacks
Specify the URL for any ajax callbacks that are made from the page.
- Overwrite without warning
Specify if the warning should be shown before overwriting
- Open in browser
- Upload files to Amazon S3 storage
You can upload the files in the fileset to a bucket in Amazon S3 storage.
- Storage connection string
To define a storage connection string go to the 'Tools' menu in the Web Projects Control Panel.
- Sub-folder name in Amazon S3 storage
Specify the folder within Amazon S3 storage that you want to store the static html file
- Set embedded mode on
Create a component and save it.
On the UX Builder's UX Controls page click the 'Menu' dropdown in the toolbar and select the 'Create static HTML files' option.
In the Static HTML UX Generator dialog's 'Location' section's 'Folder' property specify where you want to store the file
Click the [...] button next to the 'Name' property and gice the Static HTML a name. Click OK.
Minimize Alpha Anywhere and open your computers file manager. Navigate to the folder where you saved the Static HTML version of you component.
Click on the index page to open static version of the component in a browser.