[Seaside] Subclassing JSObject

Johan Brichau johan at inceptive.be
Thu Jun 23 12:46:55 UTC 2011

Hi Robert,

The obligatory first question: Do you really need to write it using Seaside's JSObjects?
In other words: is there a reason not to use a plain javascript string or even an external javascript file?

But here are the samples you requested. 
I would never write them like that unless you want to integrate such statements in seaside-generated javascript.

(JSStream on: 'x') assign: ((JSStream on: 'MyClass') apply: #())

(JSStream on: 'x') call: 'setVar' withArguments: (Array with:'blah')

((JSStream on: 'x') call: 'update') timeout: 100

Hope it helps!

On 23 Jun 2011, at 05:18, Robert Sirois wrote:

> 'ello. I'd like to use the Seaside javascript facilities to instantiate a javascript class of mine.
> What I'd like is an example or something, because looking at the Seaside code and the jQuery classes and stuff is rather confusing.
> My class is simple, however. Basically, all I need is to instantiate a variable:
> 	x = MyClass();
> and evaluate some setters:
> 	x.setVar('blah');
> and then evaluate x.update(); on an interval... which JSObject provides.
> Thanks,
> RS
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