[Pharo-project] [squeak-dev] Re: usability of Pharo and Squeak
a.wacknitz at gmx.de
Fri Jun 3 14:49:57 EDT 2011
Am 02.06.2011 um 19:07 schrieb Dale Henrichs:
> You are not alone. I too suffer from tooManyWindowsItis ... I am also doing something about it:)
> With only one window, you never have to open/close another window!:) and with infinite history (at the bottom) you never lose the ability to go back to a previous object ...
> The framework is very small: 21 classes in the TOOBject hierarchy and another 20 support classes, but being built on top of Seaside, it can't be called "light weight". It is designed to be easily customizable and extensible through the use of pragmas ...
> I have just started using the system for development (you got to eat your own dog food), but often have to fall back into Pharo, so the system is really not ready for folks to play with ... yet... I need to solve the debugger issues before I can feel comfortable with letting folks play with it:)
I hope you will be successful. I don't like programming web interfaces because I am still not convinced that they are superior to traditional GUI's.
And I also need to be convinced that Seaside is really such a big thing. I haven't seen advanced GUI's in Seaside yet.
The examples I have seen in the Seaside book and the Seaside site are all simplistic.
Maybe tODE will change my mind :D
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