[Seaside] Re: Form generation and validation

Hilaire hilaire at drgeo.eu
Tue Feb 10 08:35:04 UTC 2015

Thanks for your valuable feedbacks.
I will try to make my way with Magritte, starting simple and see how I
can scale up along the complexity.


Le 09/02/2015 14:40, Esteban A. Maringolo a écrit :
> I also use Magritte for form validation and editors.
> As others also mentioned, Magritte has the building blocks to start
> doing what you need.
> However, it is not perfectly suited for highly interactive UI's like
> nowadays web interfaces, where lots of parts of the UI change in
> reaction to others.
> I found QCMagritte covers a lot of what could be missing in Magritte,
> but its discovery is not straightforward as it is with Magritte, so
> you have to look at tests or examples to figure out if it does what
> you need and how to use it.
> Regards!
> Esteban A. Maringolo
> 2015-02-09 10:18 GMT-03:00 Mariano Martinez Peck <marianopeck at gmail.com>:
>> Hi Hilaire.
>> For the customer I have been working, we are using Magritte. However, we
>> have extended it soooo much that I am not sure which % of magritte we are
>> still using. We use our each component for each type of description (most of
>> them subclasses of Magritte ones), some own descriptions, own memento + own
>> hooks, own table renderer, own magritte-report, own columns... Everything is
>> AJAXfied and Bootstrap styled.
>> Quite similar to QCMagritte I would say, but maybe more features. The code
>> is not mine (but my client one) and we are analyzing different possibilities
>> to do something with this CRUD system we developed.  But we must first focus
>> in the domain usage of it (financial app) that we have now.
>> All of this is to say that Magritte is good to use it, but you likely need
>> to understand it and extend it to have something really useful.
>> Best,

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