[Newbies] web based game development in squeak

Todd Blanchard tblanchard at mac.com
Sun Jun 10 17:50:29 UTC 2007

You'll need to clarify this.
Will the game run in the browser, server side, or a combination?
The only sensible options for browser side work are javascript and  

Squeak is smalltalk.
If your game will run primarily server side and serve up html  
(possibly with bits of javascript to make it more interactive), then  
seaside (a smalltalk framework for squeak to build web apps) is a  
good choice.

Otherwise, I'd get a javascript book and start figuring out how to  
work in that.  There is no shortcut there and you will be testing/ 
running entirely in the browser.

On Jun 10, 2007, at 10:22 AM, gent wrote:

> Hi
> I'd like to develop a simple strategy game that runs from the  
> browser for my
> website.
> Can Squeak compile an application in Java or Flash or any other  
> format a
> browser would recognize without exotic plugins?
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