[Seaside] Seaside config for Comet (Seaside 2.9 A3)
johnptoohey at gmail.com
Sat Apr 18 06:03:24 UTC 2009
Respectfully, I disagree. I just started a few months ago with
Seaside, and the configuration app helped me through some of the
tutorials, I found on the web. Even some of the sample apps, Google
charts for instance, require you to use the configuration app to get
it working. I agree that once you know how to configure you own
application, then doing it via a class method is the way to go.
Documentation aside, its not obvious what is required to add support
for the various libraries, and your own session objects etc.,
especially when you are writing your first application.
I also find it useful to be able to add the Seaside development
libraries for testing, and remove them as needed.
Just an opinion from someone starting with Seaside, :-)
I would be willing to try to update the UI, if people thought it useful.
On Fri, Apr 17, 2009 at 19:28, Keith Hodges <keith_hodges at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> Lukas Renggli wrote:
>>> If the issue with the order of the libraries is just the UI, would it
>>> be possible to add some JQuery Drag and Drop code to the pages?
>> Exactly. Furthermore it would be cool if code for a given
>> configuration could be automatically generated.
>> The current configuration interface is really rigid and very much Web
>> 1.0 style. It would be cool to make the configuration process much
>> more interactive. In Seaside 2.9 we currently have 2 packages that
>> provide an interface for the configuration, the traditional web based
>> one and an new OmniBrowser based one. It would be great for newcomers
>> to have a simple and visually appealing interface based on JQuery. We
>> would be glad for help.
> Why not throw the whole configuration interface out. It is completely
> unnecessary, and is a pain in the neck when it comes to deployment.
> ^ #( SULibrary MyLibrary )
> That says all you need as far as which libraries are needed and in which
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