[Seaside] Comparison by example

David Zmick dpzmick at gmail.com
Thu Jun 30 06:07:59 UTC 2011

Idea for a project: a simple bug tracker.
On Jun 23, 2011 6:22 PM, "Germán Arduino" <garduino at gmail.com> wrote:
> 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.
> Seems that I arrived some minutes later to this new thread, but in any
> I'm copying here the same things I wrote in the other thread:
> Build a real world application to compare it's also a good idea.
> I my own experience, with my own customers, the far more asked
> solution is allways related with different sort of ERP's.
> A good step in this way in my opinion is the work of the guys of
> SmallPOS (http://www.squeaksource.com/SmallPOS/)
> Things as invoices, stock, current accounts, billing, bank, finances,
> production chain, etc, with plenty of relationship between
> data (aka objects) and lot of different sort of forms (as
> master-detail, grids, paging, search over the grids, filtering, etc).
> The capability of supply to the final user the facility of build it's
> own reports is also a thing I miss from the old Visual FoxPro
> frameworks I used to work with in the past. One of the best I knew is
> this one: http://www.promatrix.com/index.php were the
> developer can find not only a framework else a good number to
> "generators" (Automatic building of common things in a standardized
> way). This is (was?) the main goal of a tool that I started with a
> friend of me several years ago that I so called SDA (Smalltalk
> Developer Assistant). As usual, the need of pay the bills go against
> of the free time to invest in these sort of projects.
> Just my 2 cents.
> Germán.
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