[Seaside] google maps api v3?

Nick Ager nick.ager at gmail.com
Fri Dec 31 16:41:10 UTC 2010

Hi Johan,

I made a really simple integration for the tutorial we gave at Camp
Smalltalk London - http://www.squeaksource.com/CampSmalltalkLondon/

I doubt the map integration will be of much use, but perhaps the included
latitude and longitude class might might be helpful.

I found the same issue when I looked for an up-to-date google map


On 31 December 2010 11:39, Johan Brichau <johan at inceptive.be> wrote:

> Hi Norbert,
> > What do you mean by "...starting writing a new integration..."? Do you
> change the gemsource implementation or do you start from scratch? In any
> case I'm interested and can help of it is needed.
> At first, I wanted to convert the gemsource implementation to Seaside30 and
> Maps APIv3.
> Making it work for Seaside3.0 is quite trivial (duno about changing to API
> v3) but I soon realized it's not exactly how I want the implementation to
> be.
> My vision is to have the google maps api more integrated with how Seaside's
> javascript generation works.
> To clarify that, I think it's best to take a look at the first incantation
> I just published on http://www.squeaksource.com/SeasideGoogleMapsV3
> There are already 3 examples that implement the same examples as in
> Google's documentation. The script generation should look familiar if you
> often use the Javascript generation in Seaside.
> The reason I prefer this way of working is that I have had good experience
> integrating external Javascript with Seaside-generated Javascript, the
> latter being necessary if the script itself has to be generated from a
> database or if the script requires Seaside callbacks in it.
> Well, it's still in it's infancy at the moment, but I'm progressing well
> and hope the vision I have will prove to work ;-)
> Of course, any help is much appreciated. Just drop me a note and I will add
> you to the developer's list.
> Best wishes!
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