[Seaside] Adapting YUI for Seaside

Sebastian Sastre ssastre at seaswork.com
Thu Dec 20 11:55:09 UTC 2007

Hi Randal,

	some questions,

> I've started http://www.squeaksource.com/YUISeaside.html as a 
> project to adapt YUI constructs for Seaside, in a manner 
> similar to (but without conflict with, I hope) the 
> Scriptalicious libraries already available.
Are you using the Scriptaculous js serializer or you achieve js code in some
other way?

> The initial release simply creates a library with no moving 
> parts.  If added to your application (must go first, as 
> indicated in the comments), you get the YUI 
> "reset-css-grid-basic" combination loaded from the Yahoo 
> servers.  (One of my goals is to ensure that I can also serve 
> these locally similar to
> Scriptalicious.)  Add the indicated markup, and you have 
> yourself a nice 100%-wide cross-browser normalized layout.  
> (Another near goal is to add a brush to hide the page layout 
> mechanics.)
This normalized layout is arbitrarily composable? Can you make one layouted
component inside another?



> Since this is needed by a client, I'll be making rapid 
> releases, but driven specifically by client requirements.  If 
> you have an interest in working on this with me, please send 
> me private email, and I'll set up a list or something.
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