[Seaside] Great examples to copy and learn from?
michaelperscheid at googlemail.com
Wed Jun 4 10:55:12 UTC 2008
Tim M schrieb:
> I was recently doing some coding in Dolphin Smalltalk and wanted to add
> a toolbar button with a drop down menu to my application. Noticing that
> the Dolphin browsers have this functionality for their history buttons,
> I clicked on the live object inspect button, moved my mouse cursor over
> the history button and got an inspector on how "they did it". Browsing
> references in my image, I quickly found examples of how to implement
> dropdown toolbar buttons in my app too.
> This got me thinking about Seaside - are their any good applications
> that show off the best functionality in seaside such that I can easily
> toggle the halos and figure out how to copy those good bits in my
> seaside applications too? There are the test suites and there is the HPI
> todo application (which is a close candidate) but somehow they seem a
> bit shallow for getting full examples.
> It could be that in my newness I haven't yet picked up the good trails
> to follow - but I can't help but notice that one of the real powers of
> Smalltalk is that when coding there are great examples in the image
> alongside you. In fact they are more than examples as they are being
> used around you and so are up to date and easily browsable.
> Is there something written in Seaside maybe to manage your components
> and browse stuff that uses drag and drop and lots of rich ajax examples
> that would give this good example at your fingertips?
> Just a thought.
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our former Bachelor project has created this website with Seaside:
Here you can see some nice examples of what you can do with this
framework. I'm afraid but the source code is not available.
Some features: - GoogleMaps integration, Ajax like tour editor,
newsletter and other Web 2.0 stuff.
This project was done with Seaside 2.7. For more information to the
"Tours and Traps" Project have a look at our podcast:
http://www.swa.hpi.uni-potsdam.de/projects/tnt/index.html (at the bottom
of the page)
More information about the seaside