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S3Summary: Summary Pages
A summary page is a single-resource, multi-record view with multiple embedded data presentations ("widgets", e.g. tables, maps, charts) and a common filter form.
The general structure of a summary page is:
The summary page can be broken up into sections (optional), each of which containing one or more widgets.
Sections are rendered with a tab-style navigation, only one section visible at a time. An additional "common" section is always visible.
Number, type and contents of the sections are freely configurable.
Widgets are presentations of the filtered data, e.g. as tables, maps or charts.
The summary framework does not render the widgets itself, but invokes the
widget() interface of regular REST method handlers (e.g. S3CRUD, S3Map, S3Report) to generate them.
The type and order of widgets is freely configurable.
All widgets can be filtered simultaneously with a common filter form.
The summary framework features lazy-refresh, so that only visible widgets are refreshed immediately after a filter change, while the hidden widgets are scheduled for refresh when they become visible. This reduces the load for server and network to what is really necessary.
The summary framework does not render or control the filter form itself, but uses the S3Filter framework to generate the form and apply the filters.
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