[Seaside] Seaside vs. Traditional

Rob Rothwell r.j.rothwell at gmail.com
Sat Mar 29 17:05:30 UTC 2008

On Sat, Mar 29, 2008 at 12:50 PM, cdrick <cdrick65 at gmail.com> wrote:

> Could we imagine real production exemples in both framework?
> Is a classis shop(+ admin back end) a good one ? To me, it's the
> majority of web app out there... other examples ?

>From a business programming perspective, I don't want have to understand web
page layout or need a CSS designer.  I want to be able to drag components
around on the screen, wire them up to my [well tested!] model, and have them
behave as expected!  Visual Basic the way I always wanted it to work (from a
model perspective) only for the web!

Don't get me wrong...I should still be ABLE to do all low level stuff if I
WANT to...

There is something to be said about being able to double click on a button
and edit the code that is wired up to it, once you start working on the View
for your Application.

With all the Javascript work I have seen out there amongst the gurus, I
think this could be done.  I almost think it's the kind of problem I could
work on as long as the underlying frameworks support the required behavior!

It is just my opinion, but something like THAT would give people an
alternative to Ruby or Dreamweaver or Visual Studio, or whatever else they
are using...

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