[Seaside] why Seaside URLs are cool

Randal L. Schwartz merlyn at stonehenge.com
Tue Jan 1 16:17:00 UTC 2008

>>>>> "Philippe" == Philippe Marschall <philippe.marschall at gmail.com> writes:

Philippe> Slide 28
Philippe> Rails 2.0 now per default adds a continuation key (they call it token)
Philippe> to every form.

Philippe> Slide 33
Philippe> "Use unguessable URLs"

Philippe> I wonder if this is still "how the web works" ;)

The web is both presentation... and interaction.  Presentation *should* be
bookmarkable.  Interaction should *not* be (except within a limited context).
Seaside makes it easy to do interaction, and possible to do presentation.
Most web frameworks are the other way around.

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