[Seaside] Comparison by example
chaetal at gmail.com
Thu Jun 23 16:49:06 UTC 2011
What about a time tracking system?
2011/6/23 Janko Mivšek <janko.mivsek at eranova.si>
> Hi guys,
> I'm opening a new thread with idea by Johan and Hannes to write an
> example app on all three web frameworks. Here is a copy of that thread
> and first Hannes proposal:
> Johan: For comparing, it would be really good to have the same
> application written in the three frameworks by experts and have the
> experts compare them. Hey, if I find the time (oeps) I would even love
> to help out on that one.
> Janko: Agreed! And I'm hardly waiting for someone to come out with an
> idea, what to build for such comparison. I have one, but you will for
> sure declare me biased again .. :) A so called real-time web example: a
> multi-user chat. As that one on GMail, for instance. Another would be a
> basic CRUD example, which is so common pattern, filling that 90% of
> cases, to show, how the frameworks cover the people's most basic needs.
> Hannes proposal:
> Maybe a sample application which is combination of both your suggestions
> A kind of more elaborate ToDo list (cf. the Seaside example in the
> - Multi-user
> - The users see a list of ToDo items and sees to whom they are assigned.
> - In a chat area they can discuss about the items and reassign them
> - Some views/reports (current tasks, my tasks, finished tasks, task in
> a particular month).
> If you want more
> - A wiki in addition
> - A glossary (special terms in the reports are automatically
> hyper-linked to a glossary entry)
> Best regards
> P.S. I am sure that other people have better ideas.
> I have no idea how much time this takes to implement in Aida/Web. In
> Seaside it is quite an effort.
> Janko Mivšek
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