[Seaside] Porting Lively Kernel into Seaside

Michael Lucas-Smith mlucas-smith at cincom.com
Thu Aug 6 19:24:51 UTC 2009

Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
>>>>>> "Michael" == Michael Ross-1 <kmr1642 at yahoo.com> writes:
> Michael>  LK is written in JavaScript, so I imagine that the
> Michael> Scriptaculous package might serve as a starting model for porting LK
> Michael> into Seaside, like storing the LK code as is done in the SULibrary
> Michael> class.
> It might be closer to MOOTools, which I understand when mixed with
> Seaside provides a transparent bidirectional proxy somehow.
> Michael Lucas-Smith has more information on that.
Well, Lively is a bit different to the regular communications that are 
done with Seaside. So you'd have to decide what it is you want to 
transmit back and forth and how.

But, you can register any kind of callback you want in Seaside and 
transmit any kind of data in those payloads. You can also make your own 
WARequestHandler subclass to handle incoming requests if you want too.

Seaside is very pluggable that way.


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