Wednesday, September 10, 2014

 

Seaside 3.1.3

is released. Read the announcement or browse the change log.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

 

OSMMaps

OSMMaps is a Pharo package to interact with OpenStreetMap. Read more here.


Monday, September 08, 2014

 

New Release of Essence Sharp: Nīsān-2 (Alpha Build 23)

A new Release of Essence Sharp: Nīsān-2 (Alpha Build 23) is available. Read more.

 

Invitation to Smalltalks 2014

The Fundación Argentina de Smalltalk (FAST) invites you to the 8th International Conference on Smalltalk Technologies. Read more.

 

Kontolino demo vide

Kontolino.de - a Seaside Smalltalk application from germany company Objektfabrik is now also demonstrated in a first video:



Friday, September 05, 2014

 

Pyonkee

A Scratch clone running on iPad, read more here.

Wednesday, September 03, 2014

 

Pharo Seaside : Looking at HTTP Traffic

If you want to easily look at the HTTP traffic in your Pharo based Seaside application then just evaluate:

       ZnLogEvent open

This will open an spy on the Zinc announcements. Then start your server using:

     ZnZinServerAdaptor startOn: 8080.

and use the webbrowser to browse your Seaside application. You will now see any HTTP exchange between the client and the server.

The video demonstrates this:


 

IDE4PLC based on Pharo

A free IDE for Programming PLC's (Programmable Logic Controller) based on Pharo Smalltalk written by Eric Nicolás Pernia from the Universidad Nacional de Quilmes.

Read more on the page site or browse the code on GitHub.


Tuesday, September 02, 2014

 

How to run Pharo 3.0 on top of Linux 64 bits

Read more here.

 

PointerDetective

A small tool to find references to an object visually. Code is on SmalltalkHub.

Also on PharoWeekly.

 

Reddit.st — In 10 Cool Pharo Classes

Another nice article published by Sven on how to use Pharo, the Seaside web framework and the Glorp ORM together with Postgres DB to create a Reddit.st version.

Read more here.

Thursday, August 28, 2014

 

KelticKnots with Pharo

See here.

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