[Seaside] Bootstrap's Modal question

Gastón Dall' Oglio gaston.dalloglio at gmail.com
Thu Oct 10 15:45:02 UTC 2013

Also, check this page for inspiration :)

there are many cool examples, like this showing a modal

and interesting resources/tools like this


2013/10/10 Gastón Dall' Oglio <gaston.dalloglio at gmail.com>

> hahaha, sorry where I write "I like to see that John " was "I like to see
> that TORSTEN"...
> (now I'm chatting with a john and I confused)
> 2013/10/10 Gastón Dall' Oglio <gaston.dalloglio at gmail.com>
>> Hi Mariano, all.
>> I like to see that John has continued the development on Twitter
>> Bootstrap and you and others to use as well. CONTINUE pushing Smalltalk web
>> development please :)
>> I attached some classes that I use to create more specialized CRUD
>> components (PIComponent and PICollectionComponent), plus two concrete
>> classes (PIExploreComponent and PIImportComponent).
>> I use those in a real project and work fine, hope it help!
>> Basically I show an modal's skeleton hidden (see
>> PIComponent>>renderModalOn: html) and some bottons (see
>> PIExploreComponent>>renderThumbnailToolbarItems: item on: html).
>> Also I attached a generic handler to an ancestor node of buttons in the
>> DOM (see PIExploreComponent>>renderThumbnailHandlersOn:), this manner I
>> haven't to attach one handler to every button and also the handler works
>> even if later I have to add and remove more items (with CRUD buttons)
>> dinamically in the client.
>> The handdler perform an ajax request (html jQuery ajax callback: script:
>> ), where I use the callback to identify the item of the collection where
>> the button is, and script to return js code to populate and open the modal.
>> Again, hope this help :)
>> 2013/10/9 Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck at gmail.com>
>>> Hi,
>>> I am watching the demo of the modal what comes with bootstrap and there
>>> is something I don't get it. In the example, the link that opens the modal
>>> is rendered at the same time as the rendering of the modal contents itself.
>>> In my case, I have a table. The table has a column with links (actions).
>>> Each link has a callback and then sends a call:. For example, a typical
>>> link from this column is an "Edit", in which with magritte I end up doing
>>> (besides a few other things),
>>> newComponent := aModel asComponent
>>> addValidatedForm;
>>> yourself.
>>> self call: newComponent
>>> So....THIS is what I would like to see as modal (the magritte
>>> component).
>>> But I don't know how to do it. The link was already clicked (I am in a
>>> callback now). I want the body of the modal to be the magritte component.
>>> Any idea if this is possible and how?
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> --
>>> Mariano
>>> http://marianopeck.wordpress.com
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