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Sun Apr 5 06:46:57 UTC 2009
eventually assign it to some event handlers.
In Seaside there is built-in support for Prototype/script.aculo.us
(starting from Seaside 2.7) and jQuery/jQueryUI (starting from Seaside
2.9). You can use all features of these libraries without writing a
know how to use them. All entities are named the same way as their
Smalltalk classes for nice helper methods, so that you can use
callback blocks, etc.
A good start is to work through the functional test-suite and play
with the examples. They come with the Seaside distribution and can be
found under /seaside/tests/scriptaculous, /seaside/tests/jquery and
/seaside/tests/jquery-ui. You also find links to instances of the
tests running online <http://www.seaside.st/about/examples>.
Feel free to ask further questions!
On Sun, Apr 5, 2009 at 6:21 AM, Owen Densmore <owen at backspaces.net> wrote:
> Hi folks .. a newbie here.
> I just took a great Seaside workshop, given by James Foster of GemStone.
> integration. I know Prototype/Scriptaculous (and others) are used, but I
> wasn't clear what the *architecture* of the integration was.
> For example, are there tiny code fragments built up by the component
> loaded onto the client that makes for smooth integration with seaside?
> and receiving the Ajax XMLHtmlRequests.
> -- Owen
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