sergio.rrd at gmail.com
Fri Jan 16 19:35:14 UTC 2015
dang! is there any way to get that back into the framework?
On Fri Jan 16 2015 at 2:31:41 PM Paul DeBruicker <pdebruic at gmail.com> wrote:
> JQAjax used to have callback:json: but it got lost in the Seaside 3.1
> reshuffle. I think it does what you want.
> JQAjax>>callback: aBlock json: anObject
> "Register aBlock as a secondary callback. anObject is a reference
> to a
> string, sent back to the server, deserialized from JSON to nested Smalltalk
> objects, and result passed into aBlock.
> modern web
> browser with native JSON support or the JSJsonDeploymentLibrary to be
> loaded. Objects that recursively refer to themselves and objects that
> contain or objects that contain methods might not be serializable and cause
> the web browser to loop inifinitely or throw an exception."
> callback: [ :value | aBlock value: (JSJsonParser parse:
> value) ]
> value: (JSJson new stringify: anObject)
> sergio_101 wrote
> > i accidentally sent this to the pharo group, rather than this group.. so
> > hope they forgive me over there. anyway:
> > the state of an object inside seaside. i am trying to figure out the best
> > the state of the machine changes via form inputs and ajax.
> > i already have the code to convert the state of my object to json, so i
> > thinking i can do this one of two ways..
> > via ajax, inject the json code into a variable in a function that is
> > off by ajax. i just am not sure how to inject this json string into the
> > page where it would look like the contents of a variable. any ideas?
> > or, i could make a component that just spits out the current state as a
> > json string. this way, when the value of a form element changes, that
> > value
> > is sent over ajax to seaside, and seaside can answer back with the new
> > state as a json string. i am just not sure how to implement this, either.
> > any ideas?
> > let me know if there is a better approach to this, also.
> > thanks!
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