[Zope] anyone heard of Zamasing?
garito at sistes.net
Wed Apr 16 22:26:49 EDT 2008
I'm agree with you. I my case I use bluefish at gnome but I like TTW GUIs
because I don't need to carry my computer to work around the world and, boy,
the world is a very beautifull place to visit
I understand that Zopers want a revision of the back-end with Zope3 but at
this moment I don't understand so much the effort that suppose (it's only an
opinion without wishing to open a discussion about that decision, I respect
My way, by other side, is about a way to work properly or better with Zope2
because Zope2 is the better place at this moment and my skills to build my
And, in my opinion, zamazing is the an equivalent effort and thats good for
the Zopers that think like my
The version of ZSM, for example, that I have in my computer has edition but
is not tested yet and then I would like to add a debugger (at least at the
Do you imagine that you could work at every computer connected to the
internet? I think that the people who use Zope is, in part, because is TTW,
2008/4/16, Tim Nash <thedagdae at gmail.com>:
> It is great to see more posts about how well zope works for "Web
> 2.0" projects. I have used extjs with zope and really like the
> combination. I'd like to learn more about your jquery /plone setup and
> how you make it work. Would it be a time consuming for you to create a
> generic product that demonstrates your setup? It would be helpful to
> have a common set of artifacts to discuss.
> ps. I can make available a generic product that demonstrates how I use
> extjs if there is interest. It is pretty simple...serve a little dtml
> back to zope for the dynamic elements.
> pps. nice work zamazing! python/dtml syntax highlighting in codepress?
> sweet. (but I am addicted to the mac version of Komodo)
> On Wed, Apr 16, 2008 at 5:01 AM, Philip Kilner <phil at xfr.co.uk> wrote:
> > Hi Tom,
> > Tom Von Lahndorff wrote:
> > > Thats pretty awesome. It's "zamazing" to me that Zope 2 is not a de
> > platform for "Web 2.0" projects. I think it has some major benefits over
> > Rails and maybe even Django but there seems to be no interest in it from
> > that community. This is a great start.
> > >
> > >
> > I agree that it's a great platform for Web 2.0 projects - I'm a happy
> > developer, using Zope as an application server against Postgres dbs.
> > I find that Formulator, ZPTs and simple scripts on the server side and
> > JQuery on the client side (specifically, the JQuery Taconite
> >  with XML ZPTs) work wonderfully together.
> > My interest is pretty narrow, in the sense that I'm all about RDBMSs,
> > tabular data, and form-driven data entry - the less guff between me the
> > the RDBMS, the happier I am. However, if I don't have much to say, it's
> > because TTW Zope development using these tools is so easy. If there is
> > interest in discussing this stuff, I am up for that.
> > Having said all that, I'm happy enough with the ZMI as it is, so
> > is only of academic interest to me.
> > FWIW, all these techniques can also be made to work seamlessly inside
> > without doing any actual Plone development, which can be handy (you
> > only need to work with Plone's CSS to make it look consistent) - a
> > side mash-up which avoids all the cross-site scripting stuff, if you
> >  http://www.malsup.com/jquery/taconite/
> > --
> > Regards,
> > PhilK
> > 'work as if you lived in the early days of a better nation'
> > - alasdair gray
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