[Seaside] Using Polymer Webcomponents in seaside

Sebastian Heidbrink sebastian_heidbrink at yahoo.de
Sat Nov 21 14:07:06 UTC 2015

Hi Andy,

I actually just started to write a little PolymerWorkbench as a 
proof-of-concept to integrate Glamour, PharoJS and Polymer. I have no 
idea if that will work at all yet, since I have only little PharoJS 
experience so far. Seaside is no target of mine. I parse the web 
component definition files and will edit CSS and HTML directly. 
Eventhandling and script generation shall be done via PharoJS. I think 
this could open the PharoIDE to the web dev world if successful.

My impression on Polymer is the same as yours.
I have the impression that Polymer finally adds some software 
engineering level sanity to the JS web world...
I'll let you know once I will have made sources available.


On 2015-11-21 4:40 AM, Andy Burnett wrote:
> Is there a way to use Polymer, or similar libraries of components from within Seaside?
> Obviously, we can just include them as one would any other HTML tag, but what I am interested in is whether anyone is integrating the features of  e.g. a text component within their Smalltalk logic.
> Webcomponents seem to offer significant advantages, and it would be great to use them within seaside.
> Cheers
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