[Seaside] Call for problems to be discussed at the Tutorial on
Advanced Web Applications with Seaside
sabine.knoefel at gmail.com
Mon Jul 21 10:35:34 UTC 2014
For me, the last months the following points have been challenging:
* support for back button if you use ajax calls
* creating a fully responsive solution, eg. responsive tables
For the future, I would be interested in
* hints how to integrate graphics/diagrams for providing a dashboard to my
users. Perhaps rickshaw and or alternatives.
Unfortunately, I can not join ESUG this year. So, like Esteban, I would be
very very happy if someone could record it and put the scripts online.
Btw, the links in your post, "online tutorials  and book " have
2014-07-20 11:14 GMT+02:00 Johan Brichau <johan at inceptive.be>:
> Dale Henrichs, Philippe Marschall and myself organise a 'Sophisticated Web
> Applications with Seaside' tutorial on thursday at the ESUG Conference.
> We want this tutorial to be as practical as possible, so please send in
> the topics, problems, suggestions, you want to see discussed.
> Sending in a topic does not guarantee that we will handle it during the
> tutorial, but it will help us make the session as applied as possible.
> The abstract of the tutorial is:
> If you want to know everything about building sophisticated web
> applications with Seaside using tightly-integrated client-side libraries
> and frameworks (jQuery, jQuery++, jQuery-UI, Bootstrap, jQuery-Mobile,...),
> transparent persistence, RESTful webservices, etc or just about what's new
> in Seaside, then this tutorial is for you. We will skip the basics (see the
> excellent online tutorials  and book ) and jump right into the
> advanced uses of jQuery, the intricate details of ajax callbacks, the
> extensible framework, the transparent persistence in GemStone Web Edition
> (GLASS), and much more.
> We will reserve ample time for Q&A, so bring your questions to the session!
> See you at ESUG
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