janko.mivsek at eranova.si
Sun Apr 3 21:09:25 CEST 2011
On 01. 04. 2011 19:24, Elliot Finley wrote:
> I've been looking at Aida and I like what I see - as far as the actual
> framework goes. Though I haven't been able to find any real
> documentation to get started.
Yes, this is Aida problem, I agree. Finding resources to improve
situation is a problem. Both time and personal. Any help is welcome and
if you are maybe willing to blog in parallel to your journey in Aida,
you are very welcome.
> I figured maybe it was so easy that all I
> had to do was go through the tutorial and I'd be well on my way. The
> tutorial however has the right side of every long line truncated, so
> it's really not complete and I'm not sure which words are missing so I
> haven't gone through that either.
I don't see lines truncaded on my Firefox of tutorial
http://www.aidaweb.si/tutorial.html. How can you see them truncated?
> I'm not complaining. I realize this is an open source project base on
> volunteer effort mostly done by a single person. I'm merely pointing
> out that if you want Aida to take off like Seaside is starting to, then
> documentation is key. The key to Seaside's growing exposure is due
> mostly to the fact that it is easily approachable because it has good
Completely agree! It could improve soon because we are just starting an
international Aida based project, so documentation will become more
important and there will probably be more resources.
Currently a nice fully ajaxified basic CRUD example is on work. And a
video or two are coming as well.
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