[Seaside] My progress with Seaside...

Philippe Marschall philippe.marschall at gmail.com
Wed Jan 4 19:02:51 CET 2006

> * Bandwidth.  Loading up the SUScriptLibrary for AJAX support, I get
> another 120K worth of stuff that I just plain don't need.  Yes, 95%+
> browsers support AJAX, but half the country is still on a modem!  The
> whole point of AJAX is to make a snappy application!  I see two options to
> fix this: meet my own requirements by returning to the V2.5 way of doing
> things (i.e. manually port the much slimmer 2.5 AJAX code), or write
> Javascript dependency graph analysis code that only sends what you use
> (which is a nightmare without some additional declarations).  REALLY, I'd
> like an "AJAX lite" library that has all the handlers but none of the
> animation: is there a way to get 2.5 functionality back?

You just want AJAX, but no effects, ist that correct?
Then use SeasideAsync (aka Seaside 2.5 AJAX) it works fine with the
very latest working seaside, even with the canvas API.

If you want a small JavaScript effects library, look at this:

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