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ST 4U 112: A Domain Model for the Seaside Tutorial

July 27, 2011 8:37:04.198

Today's Smalltalk 4 You continues the VA Smalltalk Seaside tutorial with a domain model that we'll be using for the tutorial. You can download the code as a file out here. If you have trouble viewing it here in the browser, you can also navigate directly to YouTube. To watch now, click on the image below:


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Today we'll continue with the Seaside tutorial using VA Smalltalk. To start, download this file - it's a file-out of the base application we'll be using in this tutorial. It contains the basic domain classes we'll be using:

Basic Domain

Before we can start building the Seaside part of this application, we need to examine the application. If SeasideComponentApp is not a pre-requisite, then the class will not be visible within our application. Since we'll be creating subclasses of that, make sure that this pre-req is set:

Proper Pre-Req

Now you'll just need the domain classes in the linked file above - BlogStorage, BlogPost, and BlogUser. To keep things simple, we'll be storing posts in a class variable collection in BlogStorage. That's so that we can concentrate on the Seaside part of things rather than anything else:

Domain Classes

Domain Classes

In the next section, we'll start in on the first view component.

Need more help? There's a screencast for other topics like this which you may want to watch. Questions? Try the "Chat with James" Google gadget over in the sidebar.

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