[Seaside] Newbie question
renggli at gmail.com
Thu Apr 13 11:03:06 UTC 2006
> I'am familiar with web application's in HTML, XML, PHP, PERL (CGI) and
unfortunately this doesn't help much, Seaside is different. Better
forget all you know about PHP, PERL and CGI. Seaside is completely
> I searched the mail archiv with google but I don't have a clue what to
> do to comprehend the tutorial.
> I have access over FTP. Where is the location to put a file into it to
> start from scratch to have a "Hello World" like in the tutorial under my
> domain lug-bremen.seasidehostig.st ?
Does the web-application run on YOUR machine?
To get it running on your machine you need the Squeak VM, the Squeak
sources and the image and changes files with Seaside installed. As a
start I would suggest that you take a prepared image from
<http://www.seaside.st/Download/>. Then you develop/install the
application into your image and as soon as it works you upload it to
> Has smalltalk and seaside a functionality like an index.html for the
> first site ?
This is the default application as defined in your Squeak image.
> The tutorial doesn't describe the procedure about the file structure and
> the access restriction.
There is no such a thing. There are only objects, no files.
> When I browser lug-bremen.seaside.hosting or
> lug-bremen.seaside.hosting/sideside I get the following error:
> Bad Gateway
> The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server.
That's because there is no Squeak image running, see the FAQ.
> Sorry for my lame mail but I don't know how to cope at the moment to
> comprehend the documentation at seaside ...
I will be announcing a Seaside tutorial that I will be giving as part
of a Smalltalk lecture at the University of Bern, maybe that would be
a good start for you?
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