Popup in sidepanel / outside of mapview

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04-26-2021 05:53 AM
LéoPio
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Hi,
Im currently working with Experience Builder - Dev Edition
I'm trying to have the mapview Popup outside of the map (in a side panel for example). As of now everything I tried didnt work. 
I tried to have a Popup widget outside of the mapview and change the popup
Tried to make the popup not displayed and get its content in another div when changes happen
Tried a few other things that I don't remember

If anyone tried with success or has a brillant idea ...

Any help would be appreciated

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LéoPio
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Thank you Dave for your ideas.
It turns out that the Feature widget from the JS API does the trick by itself.
https://developers.arcgis.com/javascript/latest/sample-code/widgets-feature/

Updating its graphic updates the Feature Widget content.
The widget containing the Feature Widget has to do all the work with the map and the data.

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DaveFullerton
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Have you tried using the Feature Info Widget?

LéoPio
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Yes, I have. Feature Info Widget isn't  what I'm after.
The feature info widget uses a Feature Layer data as param and I dont see how that could work out with a map containing multiple layers.

Maybe multiple Feature Info widgets (1 for each layer) and displaying only the one corresponding to the Feature Layer of the selected feature.

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DaveFullerton
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I suppose you could stack them on top of each other and figure out how to hide and show them through code.  It might be just as easy to write a custom widget from scratch to display the info exactly the way you want.  I don't know of a sample widget that helps with getting to the data for the selected features.  However, JimuMapView is very much a Javascript API component, so it should be very doable.  You might look at the js-api-widget sample.

A more wild idea would be to put the feature info widgets in a widget controller and open them through code.  Perhaps this is related:  https://community.esri.com/t5/arcgis-experience-builder/widget-close-event/m-p/1040177#M1658 

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LéoPio
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Thank you Dave for your ideas.
It turns out that the Feature widget from the JS API does the trick by itself.
https://developers.arcgis.com/javascript/latest/sample-code/widgets-feature/

Updating its graphic updates the Feature Widget content.
The widget containing the Feature Widget has to do all the work with the map and the data.

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DaveFullerton
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Glad to see you have found a solution.  Would be glad to see what your app looks like when you are done.

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