[Seaside] Re: [ANN] Seaside Tutorial

Yann Monclair yann at monclair.info
Tue Mar 7 07:25:35 UTC 2006

Yanni Chiu a écrit :
> Seasidehosting is a great step. The hosting facility is fine.
> But I don't see a lot of apps yet. Has not enough time elapsed,
> or is building a Seaside app still too hard? Don't know the
> answer. Earlier, on seasidehosting, I counted 63 sites, but
> only 16 running (one of them www itself). Of the 16, only 7 had
> an app linked from the default path. Of those, 3 were Pier apps.
I have been using Smalltalk for more than 4 years now. And I must admit 
I find seaside hard. I have the idea of the html code I want to be 
generated. I believe I know enough Smalltalk to express my idea in 
Smalltalk. But I always get stuck with little problems, how to do this, 
how to do that.

The different tutorials on Seaside I found explained very basic examples 
(f.e. the counter). I am trying to make a website to replace my current 
blog (using a php app). I just want a small webpage, with menus on the 
side and 1, or 2 at most, entries.

I think a tutorial showing how to reverse engineer from the html to the 
seaside would be nice. I would bet most of the people interested to try 
out seaside already know html, possibly php, or even $(whatever) Server 

I had given up on seaside, but seasidehosting gave me the will to pick 
up seaside again.


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