[Seaside] really simple JQuery slider/widget example without the support of the test classes?

Lukas Renggli renggli at gmail.com
Wed Aug 4 06:14:38 UTC 2010

You can copy and paste that example, there are no other dependencies
but the inst-var 'current' that you should initialize with a number.


On Wednesday, August 4, 2010, Lawson English <lenglish5 at cox.net> wrote:
> can anyone point to me a REALLY simple transitional example on how to implement a JQuery slider? Something along the lines of the webcoiunter example in the seaside book that holds my hand the entire way?
> something like http://demo.seaside.st/javascript/jquery-ui/sliderwidget  with the detail of http://www.seaside.st/about/examples/counter
> [
>  I can't figure out how to apply the JQSliderFunctionalTest>>renderContentOn:  method to something that doesn't have the infrastructure of the test class hierarchy  behind it.
> MyTestSlider>>renderContentOn: html
>    html div script: (html jQuery new slider
>       value: current;
>       onChange: (html jQuery ajax
>          callback: [ :value | current := value asNumber ]
>          value: (html jQuery this slider getValue)))
> doesn't work as I haven't a clue what extra methods are required to implement the functionality of the example and I can't wrap my head about the multiple layers of the hierarchy to figure out how the different widgets are plugged into the sample page...
> Thanks.
> Lawson
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