[Seaside] client side programming

Robert Sirois watchlala at hotmail.com
Sun Sep 11 14:41:59 UTC 2011

That's where I ended up, too, Milan. Writing straight js for JQGrid. I've found it easier in many cases to do that elsewhere as well.

> Date: Sun, 11 Sep 2011 15:39:23 +0200
> From: milan.mimica at gmail.com
> To: seaside at lists.squeakfoundation.org
> Subject: [Seaside] client side programming
> Hi!
> I am aware that Seaside is primary a server-side technology, but in
> lack of any mature client side technology that would fit well with
> seaside, I have to use Javascript generator that Seaside offers.
> I am currently trying to integrate jQGrid to perform CRUD operations
> in my application. I have started from what has already been done in
> jQueryWidgetBox. It's just an attempt, to see where it leads to, but
> I'm not very happy with it already. It needs to support all sorts of
> custom editors, be flexible and extensible... Now the implementation
> is spread across 5 classes with many selectors, which, you must admit,
> use unreadable code to produce JS that is also unreadable in the
> generated HTML. Hard to debug and follow.
> If I would be typing JS by hand, that would be one day of work and
> would produce a screen of readable and compact JS code.
> The question is, am I missing something? Can this be done in a easier way?
> -- 
> Milan Mimica
> http://sparklet.sf.net
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