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Easily add your own tags to the <head> generated for your UI class

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Using this add-on, you can define tags to add to the host page by adding annotation to your UI class.

Annotations are provided for generic and tags as well as a specific annotation for adding a viewport meta tag. The structure is extensible to allow you to define your own tags and annotations if necessary.

As an example, you can write something like this:

@Viewport("width=device-width, initial-scale=1") @Link(rel = "example", href = "about:blank") public class MyUI extends UI { ... }

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1.0.01.1.01.2.02.0
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Version

Update to Vaadin Framework 8.0 Use VaadinServiceInitListener to automatically init the add-on if it's on the classpath Explicitly support and use @Repeatable from Java 8

Released
2017-03-03
Maturity
STABLE
License
Apache License 2.0

Compatibility

Framework
Vaadin 8.0+
Vaadin 7.1+ in 1.2.0
Browser
Browser Independent

HeaderTags - Vaadin Add-on Directory

Easily add your own tags to the generated for your UI class HeaderTags - Vaadin Add-on Directory
Using this add-on, you can define tags to add to the host page by adding annotation to your UI class. Annotations are provided for generic and tags as well as a specific annotation for adding a viewport meta tag. The structure is extensible to allow you to define your own tags and annotations if necessary. As an example, you can write something like this: @Viewport("width=device-width, initial-scale=1") @Link(rel = "example", href = "about:blank") public class MyUI extends UI { ... }
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