AW: [Seaside] [ANN] Seaside Installer
jbjohns at libsource.com
Thu Aug 10 10:13:02 UTC 2006
Oh, sorry about that last send. *blush*.
Yes, I'm sold on the idea that CSS is the media translation for HTML
(certainly a much better (X)HTML media translation then XSLT). The
concern was only over WML (or any other standard that might talk to my
browser in the near future). I was curious what the seaside solution to
this would be. The WML render class sounds great, so long as it gets
called when a WML client requests a page. Or a WMLRenderOn: method
could work. But is seaside planning on doing something for this or do I
have to put some logic in my system to check what kind of page got
Thanks very much for your reply,
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An: The Squeak Enterprise Aubergines Server - general discussion.
Betreff: Re: [Seaside] [ANN] Seaside Installer
2006/8/9, Jason Johnson <jbjohns at libsource.com>:
> Wow, I just installed the installer and seaside looks even more
> incredible then it did before.
> There was one question that was asked on the "HREF considered harmful"
> site, and Avi answered most of the questions but not this one which
> something I was conserned about myself.
> One user asked about generating XML instead of HTML
Seaside produces (or should) XHTML which is XML.
> directly and then
> doing XSLT conversions to get to the final output. Avi had a good
> answer for this, except for the situation where the client is actually
> phone or something like this. How is the best way to handle the
> situation when your client may be a normal web browser or it may end
> being a phone or something?
I'd say it depends whether you want to do WML or HTML.
If you want to do HTML ideally a css for a different media type is
For WML a way would be to make a WmlRenderer (look at WAHtmlCanvas and
WARenderCanvas and adopt it) and a WAWmlDocument similar
WAHtmlDocument. Then in your components override #rendererClass to
return your new renderer class.
> I had been writing, in my spare time, an apache module to convert XML
> into some other form based on some rules (like cacoon, but without the
> Java). After seeing seaside, I have almost completely abandoned the
> idea. The only thing that keeps it in the back of my mind is this
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