martin.buettner at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de
Tue Jul 20 12:21:58 UTC 2010
Okay, thanks. That's the answer I wanted to hear ;)
Am 20.07.2010 14:13, schrieb Lukas Renggli:
> The idea of the Seaside abstraction is to provide a convenient
> in Smalltalk. If the Smalltalk code starts to get longer than a few
> lines, have conditionals and loops, I suggest that you write extract
> JQueryUI, JQueryWidgetBox, ... provide such examples.
> On 20 July 2010 14:08, Martin Büttner
> <martin.buettner at student.hpi.uni-potsdam.de> wrote:
>> whenever possible I use the Seaside abstraction.
>> Unfortunately this frequently leads to bloated code, e.g. when I want to
>> implement "==" on client side. My current code states:
>> aQuery addDecoration: (JSBinary new operator: '=='; statement: aStatement).
>> JQuery provides convenience methods for&& and ||, but nothing else. Is the
>> above line really best practice? The code gets awfully long.
>> As well, there is no possibility to surround a number of statements with a
>> for-block or another loop. I wrote a new JSDecoration now similar to
>> JSCondition, but I suggest someone extends Seaside with that.
>> Or do I overlook something in the framework?
>> Thanks in advance,
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>> seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
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