One Click Experience
renggli at iam.unibe.ch
Mon Nov 12 13:35:53 MET 2007
> I beg to disagree. As PRImagePersistency is currently implemented,
> the only risk I can see is that it eventually fill up the disk, which
> is actually a very minor trouble.
This is the standard implementation as I use it on all my web servers.
Propre persistency is something currently lackin in Pier, but the
issue will be tackled soon.
> Instead, with the current setup, he would be always starting from a
> blank slate, want it or not, until he discovers he can save his work.
> My fear is that most newbies won't discover http://localhost:8080/
> seaside/tools/versionuploader before they give up.
The 'Seaside One-Click Experience' is not supposed to be a Magritte,
Pier, Scriptaculous, RSRSS, Comet, ... distribution, even though these
packages are all included. Its goal is to provide an easy start into
Seaside, for people that want to quickly take a look at it. I
originally created this package for a newbie tutorial I was giving at
the CHOOSE Forum 2007, Languages for the Web . If people discover
Pier, that's fine, but this is not the goal.
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