[Newbies] Is there something new coming after Morph?
Ron at USMedRec.com
Thu May 18 20:15:13 UTC 2006
There are currently three things available for doing GUI, there is Morph,
Tweak, MVC and wxWidgets. For the web there is seaside.
I can't tell you much about morph, I've played with it some and although
it's fun I dont consider myself expert enough to help. Take a look on the
list archives about morph tutorials for more info:
Tweak is a major rewrite of Morph http://tweak.impara.de/ but it's not ready
yet but it's worth looking at esp if it ends up being a major part of
croquet http://www.opencroquet.org/index.html .
Here's a nice piece about MVC
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Model-view-controller is a nice explanation of
I'm sure others could help with MVC demos.
For wxSqueak see: http://www.wxsqueak.org/
And I suggest using http://wxglade.sourceforge.net/ for building the UI.
For seaside which is a web continuations framework and UI builder see:
http://www.seaside.st/ . Seaside is really cool!
That's a lot of info so if you have questions feel free to ask. It's
difficult to address the question what you should use. I believe that most
Squeakers prefer Morph to MVC. There doesn't seem to be a consensus about
if Tweak will replace Morph, Seaside is great for the web, and I like
wxWidgets for native look and feel.
Don't forget there are commercial products IBM's visualAge product, and
Cincom's VisualWorks. The UI builder for VW is very nice I was very happy
with how flexible it is, the UI for visualAge is a bit funky with some
strange connectors but once you get it its very cool too. Some people swear
by IBM's UI builder and the integration with Eclipse is a nice plus. But
that's not Squeak so it's beyond your question.
I hope that helps!
President / Principal Software Engineer
US Medical Record Specialists
Ron at USMedRec.com
> -----Original Message-----
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> bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] On Behalf Of Marcus Pedersén
> Sent: Thursday, May 18, 2006 2:48 PM
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> Subject: [Newbies] Is there something new coming after Morph?
> There is something I don't get the grip on after reading on the
> Is there a new GUI on it's way to replace Morph and originaly be
> inclused in the std image? In that case what is it called? Are there
> more intressting things to tell about it? Where to get more input?
> Many thanks!
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