By means of an original approach, called 'method of the moving frame', we establish existence, uniqueness and stability results for mild and weak solutions of stochastic partial differential equations (SPDEs) with path-dependent coefficients driven by an infinite-dimensional Wiener process and a compensated Poisson random measure. Our approach is based on a time-dependent coordinate transform, which reduces a wide class of SPDEs to a class of simpler SDE (stochastic differential equation) problems. We try to present the most general results, which we can obtain in our setting, within a self-contained framework to demonstrate our approach in all details. Also, several numerical approaches to SPDEs in the spirit of this setting are presented.