[Seaside] Re: Comparison of Aida/Web,
Seaside and Iliad web frameworks
goran at krampe.se
Wed Jun 22 23:03:43 UTC 2011
On 06/22/2011 10:42 PM, Janko Mivšek wrote:
>> compiler working. Anyone seen anything?
> We have now Jtalk which will be actively supported and used in real
> projects soon, so I'd bet on Jtalk alone.
Let me chip in a few observations here:
- We have seen a few st->js compilers:
StToJs (?), Quicksilver and now Jtalk
- Jtalk is IMHO clearly the most interesting because:
- It has a working IDE which is quite impressive already.
- It is written mainly in itself and thus very friendly to hack
- It is going places.
key to success here. We are currently working on making that works even
etc etc. We as Smalltalkers need to be in on it!
> About GWT and Java in general: I'd skip it and rather concentrate on
> we will soon have a plethora of JS libraries too, also those connecting
> to Java ecosystem.
They are ALREADY HERE. Just look at this:
I mean, come on! 2543 packages!
I am convinced that the future on both the web and in our pads and
callbacks into backends that in many setups will be written in
...which is why Jtalk is so DARN interesting. We aren't talking only
client side. I have already added server side examples on top of Node.js
to Nicolas repository including a command line "compiler" using Node.js
So I say, come on in and join the Jtalk party. It is fun!
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