[aida] Aida-based single page web application

Giuseppe Luigi Punzi Ruiz glpunzi at lordzealon.com
Sun May 17 12:08:23 CEST 2009


I think you can add the thesis to the Documentation section as an  
example of modelling a real application with Aida/web.

I only had time to see the PDF a little, but looks very good documented.


El 17/05/2009, a las 11:42, Janko Mivšek escribió:

> Ahoj Jarda,
>
> Well, that was something, an unexpectedly perfect event when I saw  
> your
> mail and looked at your thesis. It contains almost a book about Aida!
> And so fresh and intellectually honest view on it. I must say I  
> enjoyed
> reading every line. And I learned a lot by myself about Aida. Yep,
> really, a perfect mirror. I still need to look closer at your web app
> but from what I saw and read so far it is a really valuable  
> contribution
> to Aida.
>
> Thanks you a lot for all your work and I hope you'll continue in the
> future too. As Herbert already said the next step would be that you,
> Aleks and Herbert look together about your approaches to action blocks
> (callbacks), so that we will come out with one and as best as possible
> solution. I'll also look about your validation support, which is in my
> mind for a while, and of course Ajax multi-element update support,
> that's something we need to address soon too.
>
> What can be helpful for you already is a new execution context support
> in beta2. Also the complete isolation of Ajax requests is solved now  
> (no
> more relying on #lastRequest and lastApp), so just by porting to beta2
> can solve many of problems you mentioned.
>
> So far for now, more later...
>
> Best regards
> Janko
>
> Jaroslav Havlín pravi:
>> Hello all,
>>
>> I have just deployed a testing version of a single-page web
>> application based on Aida/Web framework, CellStore/XML database and
>> Smalltalk/X platform.
>> It is a web client for the XML database, that introduces some
>> interesting (I hope) things that can be done with Aida.
>>
>> - support for complete AJAX updating (callback links, automatic
>> detection of updated elements, unlimited number of elements updated
>> after single AJAX request)
>> - integration of reallysimplehistory into Aida (back button support
>> for AJAX applications)
>> - form elements with custom conversion, validation and failure  
>> handling
>> - AJAX form submitting
>> - support for both modern and text browsers
>>
>> Download page for document that describes the web client, the most
>> important part is chapter 7 - Implementation:
>> http://cellstore.felk.cvut.cz/browser/doc/graduate_theses/Jaroslav_Havlin/havlin_thesis.pdf
>> (I'm sorry for my English)
>>
>> HTML version of the document:
>> http://www.havlin.info/node7.html#SECTION00710000000000000000
>>
>>
>> ! Live demo (At least I hope it is going to be alive for a  
>> while :-) ):
>> http://174.143.26.45:8080/
>>
>> (Please, do not upload big files. Only XML files are supported so  
>> far.
>> The page was tested with Firefox and MSIE browsers. With Firefox it
>> works, with MSIE not.
>> The database does not support concurrent users, and it may cause  
>> problems.
>> Concurrent usage has not been tested yet - please, be tolerant if
>> something fails.
>> Reloading the page can sometimes solve one's problems)
>>
>> Source code:
>> http://sites.google.com/site/jaroslavhavlin/cellstore,
>> http://cellstore.felk.cvut.cz/browser/service_http/trunk
>>
>> The application stores the state on the server-side, which brings  
>> many
>> disadvantages. But it makes partial page updating very simple.
>> Any comments and suggestions welcome.
>> I will be glad if you let me know what you think.
>>
>> Best wishes,
>> Jarda
>
>
> -- 
> Janko Mivšek
> AIDA/Web
> Smalltalk Web Application Server
> http://www.aidaweb.si
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