Wednesday, March 21, 2012

 

Extended File Library for Seaside and Twitter Bootstrap

Subclasses of "WAFileLibrary" allow you to serve static files directly from Seaside without the need for a stand-alone server like Apache.

This is nice - but unfortunately they were all served in the same resource folder/url. If you look at most JavaScript components then often separate folders for CSS or images are used which can be very tricky if you want to wrap them in Seaside.

But there is help: Nick Ager works on an improved WAFileLibrary.

He also used this to wrap the Twitter Bootstrap library, check it out at:

http://twitterbootstrap.seasidehosting.st/

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Details can also be found here: http://code.google.com/p/seaside/issues/detail?id=267
 
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