[Seaside] Squeak + Seaside questions

James Foster Smalltalk at JGFoster.net
Mon Oct 8 17:33:34 UTC 2007


See http://gemstonesoup.wordpress.com/ for Dale's blog on Seaside, 
including scaling.


Alexandre Paes wrote:
> Hi seasiders,
> I've been developing on seaside but only as a hobby, i'm really having 
> fun programming for the web, which hadn't happened to me for a long 
> time now.
> Right now i've been asked to work on some project and i feel really 
> tempted to develop this in seaside, but i still have some questions 
> and could use some help to decide if squeak + seaside is actually an 
> option. Some of my doubts are:
> 1) I believe squeak + seaside only serves one request at a time, is 
> this right? If so, how will an application that is to serve 1-10 users 
> simultaneously behave in terms of performance?
> 2) Is it possible to have the application seamlessly deployed together 
> with Apache 1.3.37? All the documents i've found rely on stuff that 
> apparently are only available on Apache 2.x. (If someone could provide 
> some tips i'd be thankful)
> 3) How is squeak + seaside in terms of scalability, is it possible to 
> add multiple applications running on the same VM and have them not 
> colliding with each other? (Continuations still make my head dizzy, 
> that's why i ask this)
> I know some of these might be really easy/dumb questions, but these 
> come to mind as a newbie on seaside at this moment when i need to 
> assure if seaside is really an option for this project. Thanks in 
> advance to anyone for the patience and help.
> Best regards,
> Alexandre Paes
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