[Seaside] [Ann] Deltawerken & Storyboard

Gastón Dall' Oglio gaston.dalloglio at gmail.com
Wed Sep 5 20:27:13 UTC 2012

In a Pharo Summer image I loaded Seaside, and follow this instruction to
load Deltawerken: http://ss3.gemstone.com/ss/Deltawerken.html/Wiki and I
get a 'Cannot resolve symbolic version #development' exception.

Then, I change from:

ConfigurationOfDeltaWerken>>development: spec
<symbolicVersion: #'stable'>
spec for: #'common' version: '0.1.0'


ConfigurationOfDeltaWerken>>development: spec
 <symbolicVersion: #'development'>
spec for: #'common' version: '0.1.0'

and now load. It's fine?

2012/9/5 Gastón Dall' Oglio <gaston.dalloglio at gmail.com>

> Very probably, in next months, we begin a medium size app in Seaside, and
> Deltawerken would be a good choise.
> I go study this framework.
> Thanks, and regards.
> 2012/9/5 Stephan Eggermont <stephan at stack.nl>
>> Hello
>> At the last Camp Smalltalk we finally managed to release the Deltawerken
>> application framework
>> for Seaside and Storyboard, an example application using it. Here is a
>> first description (to be expanded
>> and improved).
>> What is Deltawerken?
>> Deltawerken is a Seaside application level framework, allowing fast
>> application development
>> for medium-sized applications. We have used an earlier extended version
>> of it to build a system
>> with about 150 domain classes. Complexity was deliberately and
>> systematically pushed from
>> the application to the framework. It uses a declarative way to describe
>> domain classes somewhat
>> similar to Magritte or Mold. It uses Announcements, jQuery and jQueryUI.
>> Storyboard
>> Storyboard is a multi-user agile planning board with drag and drop
>> support.  It shows how little
>> code is needed to build a complete application with Deltawerken.  It
>> consists of 39 classes,
>> of which 7 are announcements (very simple). It allows you to quickly
>> enter stories, estimate and prioritize them.
>> In addition to stories you can add issue, documentation and chore cards.
>> The cards are colored based
>> on their story state. More details can be entered/viewed by expanding the
>> card. In the expanded view
>> a change history is shown. Other users of Storyboard can be invited to
>> participate.
>> Core domain classes are:
>> User, Project, Iteration, Story, Member
>> Some stories:
>> A user can have projects (s)he participates in.
>> A user can have invitations for other projects
>> A user can create projects
>> By creating a project or by accepting an invitation, a user becomes a
>> member of the project
>> A member can invite other users to participate in a project.
>> A member can search for other users to invite.
>> Each member can have its own view on the project, the projectsettings
>> Each member can add a story to the project
>> A project has 4 projectviews, for done, current, backlog & icebox
>> By default, the projectsettings show the 4 projectViews
>> Adding a story is done by entering its storyName
>> A new story is added to the icebox
>> A story can be started after it has been estimated
>> A story can be dragged from the icebox to current or the backlog
>> A story that is done can no longer be prioritized
>> A story that is accepted can no longer be changed
>> A story can have a description
>> A story can be a bug, chore or documentation
>> Only (feature) stories are estimated
>> ...
>> Deltawerken Features
>> User management
>> Field descriptions with validation for domain classes (somewhat similar
>> to Magritte descriptions).
>> Builders for forms and reports.
>> Search support.
>> ...
>> Deltawerken Components
>> DEField and its descendants are used to describe domain classes.
>> DEComponent is the base WAComponent equivalent. It knows the current user
>> (if any) and announcer.
>> DEPageChoice is a DEComponent that switches what it shows based on
>> announcements.
>> There are a number of addPage: variants
>> DEEditComponent  allows the editing of a single domain object. It can
>> edit new or existing ones, using
>> a copy of the original to allow reverting changes. It can generate a div
>> or table based layout. It can have a
>> header and/or a footer, and an infoText between the header and the form.
>> For required fields,
>> it can show a *. Focus can be set on a specific field.
>> DEEditForm extends DEEditComponent with action buttons for save and
>> cancel.
>> ...
>> Getting started
>> StoryBoard provides a good overview of the power of Deltawerken. If you
>> start it the first time,
>> it shows a welcome screen, showing the number of users and projects.
>> Please make sure
>> you change the password of the administrator. In a workspace:
>> (SBUser userWithId: 'Admin') password: '<your new password>'
>> The application uses SBMain, a WAComponent, as its entrypoint. It has two
>> children,  an SBLoginForm and a DEPageChoice initially showing SBPublicHome.
>> Then register yourself as a new user:
>> StoryState and StateTransition provide a state machine for the stories,
>> allowing them to
>> move from #initial (unestimated) through #started to #finished,
>> #delivered and
>> #accepted or #rejected leading again to #started.
>> When you are logged in, you arrive at the overview of your projects
>> You can create a new project, respond to an invitation to participate in
>> a project,
>> view a storyboard of a project or view a team page of a project
>> The team page shows the current members and allows you to search for
>> users to invite.
>> The storyboard of a project shows the four panes for done, current,
>> backlog and icebox.
>> Iterations are shown in grey. By delivering an iteration, the accepted
>> stories
>> are moved to done. and a new iteration is started. A story can be
>> expanded to show
>> more details.
>> History
>> Deltawerken is a spin-off from the work we did developing a Seaside
>> application for a start-up,
>> using GLASS and Seaside 2.8. We focused on pushing out complexity from
>> the application to
>> the framework. When we started giving Seaside workshops, we wanted to
>> provide the
>> participants with an environment where they didn't need to write a lot of
>> code to make things work.
>> It was also used in our experiments to create a Naked Objects like user
>> interface (if you were
>> wondering where the noXXX method names came from).
>> Last year it was upgraded from Scriptaculous to jQuery, and we developed
>> StoryBoard.
>> Installing
>> Deltawerken has been tested with the Seaside one click 3.0 and 3.1 and a
>> Pharo 1.4
>> It should run in Gemstone too. The metacello configuration does not load
>> Seaside,
>> but has the needed code for that commented out.
>> See the instructions on the wiki page of:
>> http:ss3.gemstone.com/ss/Deltawerken
>> http:ss3.gemstone.com/ss/StoryBoard
>> License
>> MIT
>> Have fun,
>>   Diego & Stephan
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