[aida] Fwd: Re: [Pharo-project] A trend and an unfair comparison about js everywhere

Janko Mivšek janko.mivsek at eranova.si
Tue Oct 16 10:19:25 CEST 2012


> So.. the unfair question here would be:
>
> What we'll have to match that competitiveness?

Aida/Web :)

Watch few more months for Smalltalk MVC revival on the web app front-end
with Aida, as so many JavaScript frameworks are doing right now
(Backbone, Ember, Knockout, Angular, etc. etc.). And in real-time
(WebSocket enabled)... A big plus over JS: component based!

Janko

Dne 15. 10. 2012 22:02, piše sebastian na flowingconcept.com:
> Hi guys,
> 
> all comparisons are unfair I know but this is only to make you guy aware of this (please ignore if you're already).
> 
> Here is the thing:
> 
> The Jeff Bezos' Electricity Metaphor:
> http://www.ted.com/talks/jeff_bezos_on_the_next_web_innovation.html
> 
> Makes (probably) any smalltalker remember the Alan Kay's talk about having in the internet an IP for every object and spectacular computer science ideas like that.
> 
> The js everywhere trend makes a lot of sense. Once it achieves critical mass it might tempt intel and friends to do some hardware accelerator for js VM's. Who knows. We have a long way to go but, in the meantime, all js staked frameworks make a lot of sense and WILL get traction because of that. Example:
> 
> http://www.wakanda.org/
> 
> A talk here:
> https://vimeo.com/31603156
> 
> So.. the unfair question here would be:
> 
> What we'll have to match that competitiveness?
> 
> sebastian
> 
> o/
> 
> PS: Pharo + WebSockets + Amber sounds in that line doesn't?
> 
> 

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Janko Mivšek
Aida/Web
Smalltalk Web Application Server
http://www.aidaweb.si






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