[Seaside] [Q] Could SproutCore be another solution for Seaside?

Wilkes Joiner wilkesjoiner at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 20:10:39 UTC 2008

I've only glanced, but it looks like that the most useful way to use
it with Smalltalk objects would be to write an Object Broker that
conforms to their REST API.


Then you are in a client/server model, so Gemstone or Magma could make
a nice backend for that.

- Wilkes

On Mon, Jun 23, 2008 at 8:18 AM, Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com> wrote:
>>  some of you already heard about SproutCore framework. And it's know as one
>>  of the main framework used by apple for their new mobileme site.
> Certainly interesting, I am following this project for quite a while now.
>>  Could this framework be a better javascript/UI solution for Seaside?
> Better than what? Certainly depends on what you want to do exactly.
> The library is very client-side and JavaScript heavy. I don't know, if
> Seaside can help much as a server. The UI stuff looks very impressive.
> Lukas
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