Simple widgets are the ones that are static. Maybe they have a CSS class applied or maybe there are
attributes that help to change the appearance of the widget.
In this section, we'll discuss how to get a TDL definition off the ground. The basic skeleton for a new widget built in TDL has three elements: the
tdl root tag, a
namespace identifier, and a widget declaration using the
The following example shows the required code necessary to create a widget skeleton. For each TDL definition, you will need a namespace tag that will contain one or more element tags.
<?xml version="1.0"?> <d:tdl xmlns:d="http://www.backbase.com/2006/tdl"> <d:namespace name="http://www.squaringthecircles.com/squared"> ...