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Backbase 4 RIA Development by Sergey Ilinsky, Ghica van Emde Boas

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A basic page layout

After having installed the Backbase framework and after having said "Hello World!" so many times, we would like to finish this chapter by doing real work.

Every web application page design starts with a basic page layout. This layout usually involves a part where menu items are shown, sometimes a row of tabs at the top of the page, sometimes a list of links as a column on the left, sometimes both.

In the olden days, we would partition a web page using HTML frames, where you could have a table-like layout. The advantage of using frames is that each frame contains its own document, allowing you to make your application more modular. This was a big disadvantage at the same time because the communication between multiple frames ...

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