[squeak-dev] [ANN] Altitude

radoslav hodnicak rh at 4096.sk
Tue Jul 17 22:30:16 UTC 2012

Can you describe how it compares (or doesn't) to Seaside or other web


On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 10:45 PM, Colin Putney <colin at wiresong.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
> One of my side projects for the last few years has been to experiment
> with new ways of writing web applications, learning from our
> experience with Seaside, but moving beyond it and trying to keep pace
> with the state of the art in web application design. This hasn't been
> a big secret—I've talked about the project and given demos in various
> places—but I've been holding off on open-sourcing it until I had
> something that I felt was ready for public scrutiny. Well, recently
> Chris Cunnington would have none of that and challenged me to release
> it already or shut up about it. So, here it is. ;-)
> The framework is called Altitude, and released under the MIT license.
> It's a brand-new, from-scratch HTTP server and application framework
> written on top of Xtreams. It's still pretty raw. There's lots of
> features missing and some functionality is present but completely
> untested, as I've implemented things as I need them for my
> application. There's no documentation and very few comments.
> If you want to play around with it, execute the attached load script
> in an up-to-date 4.4 image. The project repository is here:
>     http://source.wiresong.ca/al
> Colin
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