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In my java web project we use spring + gwt + mvp4g. We have several users on site, each of them is able to see several pages:
and so on
History tokens "user", "orders" are handled by some @Presenter annotated class (according to mvp4g best practises : EventBus + HistoryConverter). We want to provide each user some kind of personal space: mysite.com/blabla or blabla.mysite.com (assuming that "blabla" is unique for each user)
So links listed above should look in the following way:
Profile: mysite.com/blabla/profile or blabla.mysite.com/
Orders: mysite.com/blabla/orders or blabla.mysite.com/orders
How can achieve this?
Usually, only the data would change per user and not the view. So essentially your presenter would still have the same view, but the contents in the view would be user specific. Does this answer your question or did I misunderstand what you were asking?
Hi. Thanks for greetings.
Yea, we have some misunderstanding. There is problem with url, not with view or its data. I want visit some page by using some specific url (like url-mapping) and don't know how do it in existing project model (gwt + mvp4g).