[Seaside] [Article] Reddit.st - In 10 elegant Smalltalk classes
laurent.laffont at gmail.com
Fri Jul 30 19:48:22 UTC 2010
I've enjoyed reading your tutorial, good work !
** I've tried to add a link on http://caretaker.wolf359.be:8080/reddit, it
always throw this error:
GlorpDatabaseReadError: ERROR: relation "reddit_links_id_seq" does not exist
at character 16
Your request could not be completed. An exception occurred.
** About code formatting, could you put the class name in front of methods ?
self points: 0; created: TimeStamp now
DefaultLogin ifNil: [ DefaultLogin := self createLogin ].
Sometimes I've been lost....
** from Common Lisp to Phyton. -> Python
I've never used GLORP so it was the hard part for me. Indeed I'm not sure
about this sort of code:
self session glorpSession inUnitOfWorkDo: [ :session |
session register: link.
link voteUp ]
Can WAReddit be independent from persistence solution ? In ActiveRecord way
I would expect something like:
link voteUp; save.
Anyway I will try to code it and see, it's a good opportunity for a
On Fri, Jul 30, 2010 at 3:05 PM, Sven Van Caekenberghe <sven at beta9.be>wrote:
> Reddit.st - In 10 elegant Smalltalk classes
> Implementing a Reddit style web application in Smalltalk
> Using Seaside, Glorp and PostgreSQL
> This is a tutorial showing how to implement a small but non-trivial web
> application in Smalltalk using Seaside, Glorp and PostgreSQL. Reddit, is web
> application where users can post interesting links that get voted up or
> down. The idea is that the 'best' links end up with the most points
> automatically. Many other websites exist in the area of social bookmarking,
> like Delicious, Digg and Hacker News.
> In 2005 Reddit switched their implementation from Common Lisp to Phyton. As
> a reaction I published a Lisp Movie (screen cast) called Episode 2:
> (Re)writing Reddit in Lisp in 20 minutes and 100 lines also known as
> Reddit.lisp - In less than 100 lines of elegant code. Although the title was
> provocative, to get attention and for fun, and this was lost on some people,
> the key message was just to show that it is perfectly possible to write nice
> web applications in Lisp and to give an example of how to do so. The reasons
> for their switch were social, not technical.
> Reddit.st is yet another variant of this example, reimplementing the
> example in Smalltalk. It adds persistency in a relational database, unit
> tests as well as web application components to the mix.
> The 10 main sections of this article follow the development of the 10
> classes making up the application. The focus of the Smalltalk version is not
> so much on the small size or the high developer productivity, but more on
> the fact that we can cover so much ground using such powerful frameworks, as
> well as the natural development flow from model over tests and persistence
> to web GUI.
> Reddit.st is running live at http://caretaker.wolf359.be:8080/reddit
> Source code is in the Reddit package of
> Feedback and remarks are welcome.
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