[Seaside] Re: Starting out

David Pennell pennell.david at gmail.com
Wed Dec 17 22:06:11 UTC 2008

I think you and the community have different definitions of "Seaside".  You
believe it should include all the widgets.  The community seas Seaside as a
core framework for building applications with widgets being provided by
add-on packages.  I think we would all love to see more add-on's, but don't
expect them to come from the Seaside core team.

On Wed, Dec 17, 2008 at 3:48 PM, Michael Atkisson <
michael_atkisson at comcast.net> wrote:

> >
> > I'll second that, the idea that you're going to do anything well in the
> web
> > app space without knowing HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is just naive.  Web
> apps
> > will likely never be the easy drag and drop build it all in a GUI
> > environment you see in desktop frameworks.  Secondly, basic HTML and CSS
> > skills are not difficult to learn, if you can program then you can
> > understand a couple of simple markup languages with little effort.
> >
> > Ramon Leon
> > http://onsmalltalk.com
> >
> I personally do have a basic knowledge of html, javascript and css.  What I
> had
> to know to get a project done.  But basically all I hear you saying.  you
> don't
> want to put anything in Seaside that would make it easier for someone with
> a limited knowledge of these areas to actually do useful work before they
> can become experts.
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