[Seaside] accessing event information
Mariano Martinez Peck
marianopeck at gmail.com
Thu Oct 1 12:02:11 UTC 2015
Hi Chris, I did NOT test it but maybe something like this works?
onKeyUp: (' alert(evt) ' asFunction: #('evt'))
Basically, you can write whatever function (here I do a simple alert).
On Thu, Oct 1, 2015 at 12:50 AM, Chris Muller <ma.chris.m at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am still learning. I want to make a desktop-like app in the
> browser. Seaside lets me use Ajax to respond to individual widget
> clicks and update my model in the server, as well as update the DOM in
> the client accordingly, all in one step:
> html button
> onClick: ((html jQuery: #idOfElementToReplace) load
> [ : resultOfClickHtml | model doTheAppropriateUpdates.
> resultOfClickHtml render: model ]);
> with: 'click to update the model'.
> I also tested onMouseOver: and onMouseOut:, they worked. It feels a
> little strange to be updating my model within html rendering, but it
> gives me near desktop-app-like development capability for the browser
> with efficient event / response transfer, using Seaside. Wonderful!
> I also need to handle onKeyUp and onKeyDown:, but I'm not sure the
> proper way to access the Event information by this approach. I
> couldn't find any examples I could learn from. How could I do it?
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