[Seaside] Re: What do you think about Ruby on Rails ?
cassou at iam.unibe.ch
Mon Aug 8 22:56:36 CEST 2005
> The big deal is: My friend NEVER knew the difference. All he saw as this one button click took 30seconds to come back, instead of the usual 1-2.
> Try that with your file based languages =)
I think you, and most of the people here, have been frustrated some
day by C or Java or another file based language. And then, you always
make a link in your head: good<=>image and bad<=>file. It is very
caricatural but it something like this IMHO.
In common lisp, you have a web framework which has the same
possibility : the browser waits for the developper to correct the bug
and then prints the result. If you are interested I can search for the
name of this framework.
So your answer does not satisfy me.
pour le Software Composition Group a Berne
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