[Seaside] Re: Swazoo v. Kom

John Chludzinski john.chludzinski at gmail.com
Mon May 18 21:26:47 UTC 2009

> 2009/5/18 John Chludzinski <john.chludzinski at gmail.com>:
> > I'm using Seaside to develop a suite of web apps for mobile devices;  I'm
> > also a newbie to Seaside.  Is there a reason to prefer Swazoo v. Kom.
> Swazoo is seeing more active development currently and runs on several
> dialects,  Kom runs only on Squeak. Swazoo does not support Comet

>Sorry, but Swazoo supports HTTP Streaming, which allows you to implement
>Comet. We know this because we had to switch from Opentalk (which does not
>support streaming very well) to Swazoo 2.1 (later to 2.2 beta 1) to make our
>Comet implementation for Seaside+Swazoo work.
>@John Chludzinski: We don't know how better/worse is Kom rather than Swazoo,
>but Comet does work in Swazoo (see Meteoroid :] ). Beside that, are you
>using Squeak? VisualWorks? (if it's the last one, you can see how we use it
>with Swazoo)

I'm using Squeak for development.  This is a fixed point (Squeak); all
our development is in Squeak.  ---John

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