R: [Seaside] Re: [Seaside-dev] Inserting JQuerySVG plug in

Lorenzo Schiavina lorenzo at edor.it
Sun Jul 29 15:38:05 UTC 2012

Hi Johan,

Before all, thank you very much for your kindness and availability.
I try to explain may problem in the general discussion, hoping this could be
useful to someone.
I have to insert a SVG object into JQUilayout for being able to receive
return from SVG events.
The item I need to build is an SVG to which I have to connect a slider for
presenting the slider return value on SVG.
I have already inserted into a JQUilayout pane the SVG standard example and
everything is ok: the display is correct, but I am not able to set up a
callback action.
I suppose I have to change the standard callback of SVG example but I am not
able to do it.
Beside that specific problem, I would like to become able to create and
manage plugin set up and maintain them along Seaside standard, as I have lot
of Smalltalk applications that I would like to update porting them in Web
2.0 and that (I hope) could be of interest for someone.

Any kind of help would be GREATELY appreciate.



-----Messaggio originale-----
Da: seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org
[mailto:seaside-bounces at lists.squeakfoundation.org] Per conto di Johan
Inviato: domenica 29 luglio 2012 15.40
A: Seaside - general discussion
Cc: Seaside - developer list
Oggetto: [Seaside] Re: [Seaside-dev] Inserting JQuerySVG plug in

Hi Lorenzo,

(this seems like a general question - I'm replying this to the general
Seaside discussion mailinglist as well)

There is the SeasideDynamicSVG work (www.squeaksource.com/SeasideDynamicSVG)
and we included a package SeasideDynamicSVG-JQuery there. This supports the
svg.load() (~= jQuery load html) functionality in Seaside and also adds svg
animation function to JQAnimate.

You will have to include the jQuery svg javascript files with your Seaside
application yourself because he package does not include them.

We are extensively using jQuery and SVG in Seaside, but have never needed to
add anything else because merely including the jQuery.dom plugin means you
have jQuery support over svg elements. If you want other specific jQuery svg
functions integrated, I suggest to add wrappers for them to this package. In
this way, all wrappers for jQuery svg stay together.

I'm happy to help you get started on figure out specific problems. So do not
hesitate if you have further questions!


On 28 Jul 2012, at 13:33, Lorenzo Schiavina wrote:

> Hi,
> I am almost new to Seaside, but I have a very good knowledge of ST.
> I would like to use JQuerySVG plug in in Seaside: could you suggest me a
detailed documentation that enables me to insert this plug in Seaside or
there is anybody that has already done this work?
> Thanks
> Lorenzo
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