[Pharo-users] Lawsuit Tracker app
kilon.alios at gmail.com
Sun Jan 3 05:50:46 EST 2016
On Sun, Jan 3, 2016 at 12:32 PM stepharo <stepharo at free.fr> wrote:
> Le 2/1/16 22:51, Saša Janiška a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > I'm looking how to build GUI app with Pharo and today found out
> > screenshot of Lawsuit Tracker (http://smallworks.eu/web/projects/lawsuit
> > Tracker) which very much resembles 'typical' desktop/business
> > application. The web site says: "It is made using Pharo, Glamour,
> > Magritte and MongoDB." and in my case I'd replace MongoDB with Sqlite3,
> > have need for more grpahical output - something like:
> > http://saravali.de/screenshots.html
> > but wonder about other components and whether they (Glamour/Magritte)
> > are still relevant *today* ?
> Yes Synectique is building a lot of interfce with Glamour.
> Yes Magritte is relevant now the Morphic binding may not work.
> What I can tell you is that Pharo is **really** productive.
> I suggest you to jump and get the feel for real.
> Then do an analysis of pro and cons.
> Doing that in the air is just doing it in the air.
> > Otoh, today I was re-reading some stuff about Julia language which looks
> > as fine langauge, but it does not fit on one psotcard, although it
> > provides more "classical" way of developing: editor+REPL along with
> > Gtk(.jl) bindings.
> > The language does perform very well, iow. it's quite fast which is good
> > for my project, but it's a bit cumbersome since there is no support to
> > compile end application, while it looks that Pharo has advantage here
> > providing smoother way of deployment (multi-platform wise).
> > Any hint?
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