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How does a custom Mediawiki interface design (e.g. if it’s using a Js framework) need to interact with Lua scripts in order to have more control over what happens in the frontend?
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Another question that came out of the federated wikibase workshops – how does the interface design (e.g. if it’s using a Js framework) need to interact with Lua scripts (does it even have to) in order to have more control over what happens in the frontend? Again discussed with @RazShuty and we thought a bit more documentation on an FAQ page could be useful. Or if that information is already out there, where can we find it?

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Vvjjkkii renamed this task from How does a custom Mediawiki interface design (e.g. if it’s using a Js framework) need to interact with Lua scripts in order to have more control over what happens in the frontend? to 99daaaaaaa.Jul 1 2018, 1:13 AM
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