[Newbies] smalltalk 80 : book : adele goldberg : relevant for
hannes.hirzel at gmail.com
Tue Sep 9 15:41:31 UTC 2014
Here a few links
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MVC: one window one button
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How to use the MVC elements (an example)
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FAQ: MVC Framework
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Suggestion: Check the content and find out for which Squeak version it
applies and update the pages accordingly.
On 9/9/14, H. Hirzel <hannes.hirzel at gmail.com> wrote:
> And do not forget the archive of this mailing list. It has a LOT of
> useful discussions and pointers. A compilation --- summary with links
> to the relevant threads would be a good asset to have on the wiki. BTW
> the wiki has a lot on MVC as well. Just needs to be unearthed and
> cleaned up a bit....
> On 9/9/14, Michael Rice <limitcase at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The Smalltalk books (Goldberg, et al) were good for learning the language
>> and getting around the Smalltalk environment but light on putting
>> an application with MVC. Amazon doesn't even have an entry for
>> "Smalltalk-80: Creating a User Interface and Graphical Applications"
>> shown on the back of my copy of "Smalltalk-80: The Interactive
>> Environment" suggesting that perhaps it was never published.
>> Try "Inside Smalltalk," available FREE online, in pdf format. Index of
>> second volume seems to have what you're looking for.
>> On Tue, Sep 9, 2014 at 10:31 AM, Mayuresh Kathe <mayuresh at kathe.in>
>>> would the book "smalltalk 80: the language" by adele goldberg and david
>>> robson be still relevant with squeak using the 'mvc' environment?
>>> my first guess is "yes", but better to ask the experts, hence this
>>> Beginners mailing list
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