How to add form elements to a macro?

Deleted user May 18, 2017

I would like to implement a macro (by implementing a plugin) that does the following:

  • I embed the macro on a page.
  • The macro renders one or more form elements and a "Submit" button.
  • When the submit button is pressed, some macro functionality is called, that allows the macro to render additional content (or to change existing content) in the page.

I know that I could implement a Javascript solution to that, but is there already support in the plugin development in Confluence? I have seen a lot of macros that do similar things, but there is no source code available.

So the macro page-tree (with search box) is an example how that should work. I would be glad if anyone would have links to resources:

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