[Seaside] Seaside 2.6 Example?
shutej at crazilocks.com
Tue Jan 24 21:10:35 CET 2006
It isn't just simpler to use, it's vastly preferable because it has a much
cleaner interface. Too bad no one can figure out how to use it without
referring to Pier... (I had to use Pier, myself, in order to figure this
Essentially the steps are:
1. Augment your WAComponent to declare that it's rendered with a
...notice it's "rendererClass", not "renderClass", which had me kicking my
computer for a good 10 minutes.
2. Augment your WAComponent>>renderContentOn: method to actually use the
(html div) with: [
html text: 'Hello World!'
Remember that the "with:" message "paints" the brush (chain all
modifications before it, otherwise they won't appear), and go tromping
through the Seaside-Canvas and Seaside-Canvas-Tags categories to figure
out what's supported...
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> Rick Zaccone a écrit :
>> I'm looking for a Seaside 2.6 example that uses a Canvas? Any example,
>> regardless of the size, would be useful. Would someone please supply a
>> pointer? I didn't see anything on <http://seaside.st/>.
> Have a look at Pier and Magritte, both available on SqueakMap. Canvas is
> very simple to use. You can have a look at this post from Avi :
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> Damien Cassou
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