[Seaside] hello and a flood of questions..

Marcin Tustin mm3 at zepler.net
Thu Oct 23 08:28:35 UTC 2008

Have you tried the tutorial from the Hasso-Plattner Institute? Their
tutorial will answer many of your questions, on a more or less basic level.
The short answer is that during development, if you save your image
assiduously, you can keep all of your data just in objects in your image.
Then, broadly speaking, schema migration falls away as an issue during that

On 10/22/08, sergio <sergio at village-buzz.com> wrote:
> hi, all..
> i have decided that i am going to learn seaside this week, and convert a
> few scripts that i always use (and want a web interface for).. as i get into
> this, i find that i have a ton of questions.. so i will start now..
> so.. for my first trick..
> where does my data live?
> i find that in developing with something like rails, i constantly look at
> my data in some form of mysql viewer..
> how do i view my data sets with seaside.. and is this even an issue?
> ___
> peace,
> sergio
> photographer, journalist, visionary
> www.village-buzz.com
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