[Seaside] [ANN] Phantasia: A CSS Framework
stan.shepherd414 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 21 21:17:18 UTC 2009
I'm mostly looking at the SmallFaces package, which appears to be working
withe the one-click version (ie on Pharo). I was a bit concerned that
Phantasia is a prerequisite and that could cause issues later.
Is the status of SmallFaces the same as Phantasia?
Hernán Morales Durand wrote:
> Hi Stan,
> Phantasia currently works under Seaside 2.8 (I've never tried the
> Seaside one click image). In the link below you will find a Squeak
> 3.10.2 image with Seaside 2.8 and Phantasia loaded ready to test, just
> point your browser to http://localhost:9090/seaside and select the css
> Now regarding the status, I should note I've started to rewrite the
> package as an adaptive object model with tool support for domain
> experts and users, but is going to take a while for achieving serious
> results (competitive in the market), since nobody is supporting it
> financially and specially when so few people is investing in Smalltalk
> (compared to Java or other traditional technologies).
> 2009/10/21 Stan Shepherd <stan.shepherd414 at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Hernán,
>> There seems to be some missing source in the repository, eg:
>> WACSSTestLayoutTemplate class>>newLayout: t1 generator: t2
>> ^ super new initializeWith: t1 generator: t2
>> Similarly most of the instance side methods.
>> This prevents it loading in the current Seaside one click image.
>> Do you have a complete version you could upload please?
>> Thanks, ...Stan
>> Hernán Morales Durand wrote:
>>> Dear anyone interested in working with Smalltalk objects:
>>> Now you can write in Smalltalk to style pages with CSS. Instead of
>>> with ugly, boring and long Strings (where you must perform a continuous
>>> visual sweeping of the code to make the most trivial modification), you
>>> create high-level super sexy CSS constructs, track and review your
>>> with the standard Smalltalk tools (XReferences), and share constructs
>>> configurations easily. The framework includes a set of 40 fixed layout
>>> templates ready for use, and let you compose the basic CSS elements as
>>> A note: If your department, office, ark, whatever, have graphical
>>> they rarely would love to learn this new strange prolific ninja
>>> called Smalltalk just for writing CSS - besides, a lot of them are
>>> in love with anything after the word "Adobe" -, but, for smalltalkers,
>>> far we believe that's easier to work inside Smalltalk with objects than
>>> file-based way.
>>> PD: The I-almost-forget-it part of this mail: Juan Burella and me wrote
>>> Phantasia. Download it from http://www.squeaksource.com/Phantasia.html
>>> seaside mailing list
>>> seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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