Antwort: Re: [Seaside] iSea Problems (Seaside-App for iPhone)
Dietmar.Schielke at data-experts.de
Fri Oct 2 07:22:53 UTC 2009
thanks for you hints Lukas!
My application is for a small home automation system (checking the room
temperature or switching light off from the couch...). So I need to
connect to my server anyway and I think a Web-App is the right way to go.
Now I'm looking for an easy way to get the iPhone look and feel with
So iSea seems not the way to go. I will have a look jQuery for seaside.
seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org schrieb am 01.10.2009 13:12:29:
> Lukas Renggli <renggli at gmail.com>
> Seaside - general discussion <seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org>
> 01.10.2009 13:12
> Re: [Seaside] iSea Problems (Seaside-App for iPhone)
> Gesendet von:
> seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> > Any body developing iPhone web-apps with seaside?
> Yes, I did implement some applications. iSea never worked for me
> though. Cool for a demo and a quick prototype, but too limiting and
> slow for a real application.
> I wrote some complex application using jQuery for Seaside, see the
> screenshot on slide 69 in this presentation
> The problem is that the latency of the network is generally too high
> to get a snappy application, even when it was used on a WiFi network
> that was directly connected to the server.
> In the end I learned Objective-C, CocoaTouch and bought an Apple
> developer license. Manual garbage collection is painful, but the
> result is perfect.
> Running Pharo locally on the iPhone would probably solve the network
> latency issue. I haven't tried that yet though.
> Lukas Renggli
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> seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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