[Seaside] object databases and other questions of architecture

James Foster Smalltalk at JGFoster.net
Thu Mar 27 16:12:08 UTC 2008

> On Mar 27, 2008, at 6:38 AM, Victor wrote:
>> If you are ready to jump into the commercial space, I would suggest  
>> to get a taste of Gemstone.  They have a non-commercial version, so  
>> you can play a little.  However there is some learning curve there.
>> Víctor
> Actually, the Web Edition of GemStone/S is not a "non-commercial  
> version" but a no-cost version--even for commercial use! The  
> limitations are related to database size (4 GB) and the hope is that  
> many commercial projects will use it and maybe a few will grow. See http://seaside.gemstone.com 
>  for details.
> James Foster

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