Archive for the ‘Scriptaculous’ category

Scriptacu-list Tutorial(Part 7)

January 26, 2007

To complete our application we will allow our users to upload a picture of the contact so that it appears on the details drop down.



Scriptacu-list Tutorial(Part 6)

January 25, 2007

OK if you’ve stuck with me so far you should have a functioning application with a Scriptaculous effect that you have achieved with very few keystrokes (very few indeed if you just copied my code!). We are nearly at the end of our journey – just 2 more sessions to go. So for today’s session we will look at taking that “Toggle Details” link and make it more context sensitive – “Show Details” to show the details and “Hide Details” to hide them.


Scriptacu-list Tutorial(Part 5)

January 24, 2007

Its time to get our little Contact List application into the Web2.0 era by adding a funky Scriptaculous dropdown on our contact list. The really cool thing is that we are going to do all this without writing a single line of Javascript (Lukas Renggli has already done that for us.  Much respect Lukas!) – it’s Smalltalk all the way for us!


Scriptacu-list Tutorial(Part 1)

January 17, 2007

Learning Seaside is fun and there are a number of good tutorials out there (but beware that some don’t use the latest Seaside 2.7 release) and a number of good blogs (I especially recommend Ramon Leon’s Blog). But it can still be a bit tricky to find examples of exactly what you want. What I’d like to do over the next couple of posts is provide a worked example of a commonly used presentation technique with an extra Scriptaculous twist.