When Smalltalk Meets the WEB

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ESUG 2000. When Smalltalk Meets the WEB. Juan Carlos Cruz Valtech AG, Zurich. Solutions. VisualWave - Cincom VisualWorks plugIn - Cincom Classic Blend 2.0 - Applied Reasoning Classic Blend 3.0 - Applied Reasoning VisualAge ULC - IBM CORBA - OMG RMI-IIOP - Sun. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • When Smalltalk Meets the WEBJuan Carlos CruzValtech AG, ZurichESUG 2000

  • Solutions VisualWave - CincomVisualWorks plugIn - CincomClassic Blend 2.0 - Applied ReasoningClassic Blend 3.0 - Applied ReasoningVisualAge ULC - IBMCORBA - OMGRMI-IIOP - Sun

  • The VisualWorks plugInPlugIn (.DLL)Virtual MachineWEB BrowserPlugIn ImageHTMLAppletTo Install :vw5iplugin-win32.exe

  • The plugIn Development Environment (PDE)Generate Smalltalk appletsGenerate a customize plugIn imageDebug Smalltalk web-based applicationsPluginDev.pcl

  • Developing a PlugIn AppletInstall the PDE in your development imageTools->Load Parcel Named Define your applet as Subclass of AppletModelCreate a parcel containing your appletSave the parcel as an appletParcel -> savePluginDev.pclplugin Parcel

  • Running an Applet in a Browser MyTest

    HTMLDo itCalculator.html

  • Adapting an Existing Application Duplicate a subset of the AppletModel protocol in your application classFile inThe essential protocol is:AppletModel >> isAppletModelAppletModel >> pluginConnection:AppletModel >> pluginConnectionapplet-api.st

  • Using the plugIn debuggerStart a plugIn debug sessionTools -> Plug-in Debug toolClick Enable DebugOpen the HTML page containing the applet in a web browserClick ConnectDebug as you normally do Click Disable Debug when you have finished

  • Adding an Application to a Web Page

    Attributes:SRC The parcel containing the applet codeWIDTHThe width of the applet windowHEIGHTThe height of the applet windowTYPEMIME type for the plugIn appletVWOPENClass containing window specificationVWPRELOADA list of parcel file names to be loadedHTML

  • Building a Custom plugIn ImageStandart plug-in image is For larger applications include much of the application in either:a custom-image oras additional parcels (invoked by the VWPRELOAD attribute in the EMBED tag)Use Runtime Packager to build a custom-image. Parameters file:vwplugin.rtpplugin-base.im

  • PlugIn Initialization File VWPLUGIN.INIAttributes:DIRECTORY Current directory for launching VisualWorks OBJECTENGINE Name of the OEBASEIMAGE Name of the image to load APPLICATION Value matching the VWAPPL tagEXTRA Extra information of interest to the application

    Security Mesures: Trusted Site StrategyALLOW < all | local | hostID >DENY < all | local | hostID >

    By default if a site is not listed it is ALLOWed. To switch begin sequence with DENY ALL.Parcels are downloaded only if their sites are ALLOWed.

  • Communicating With a PlugIn Application HTTP GET and POST operations.

    SocketsDatabase Connect, DST, VisualWaveGET self getURL: url target: target self getURLAsString: url

    POST self postToURL: url file: aFile self postToURL: url string: aString

  • Classic Blend 2.0Architecture: (1) a generic Java applet on the client, (2) a portable application server, and (3) a lightweigth ORB

  • How CB works ?HTMLGeneric Java AppletORBORBClassic Blend ServerApplication ModelVisualWorks Application ServerJava Virtual MachineWEB BrowserCLIENTSERVER

  • How CB Works ?

  • HTML APPLET tag
  • HTML Generator Tool

  • Classic Blend Server

  • 13. Appendix A: Unsupported VisualWorks featuresAll Widgets drag and drop entry and exit notification entry and exit validation selection foreground and background color full text attributes dynamic focus control (#hasFocus: and its derivates) border decoration policies . etcCBDevelopersGuide 2.0

  • Designing and Implementing Custom Widgets

  • Classic Blend Load Balancer

  • What is the difference between CB 2.0 and CB 3.0Include Java and VisualAge Smalltalk as server platformsClassic Blend is bean-based. Client GUIs can be constructed in any bean-compliant GUI builderFlexibility to add any custom code or validation they want to their clients

  • Classic Blend 3.0 Client CB ServerInstall Server Java

    SmalltalkcbClient.jarcbServer.jarserverSrc.zipcb30st.dat /otiadds.pcl+cb30vw.pcl

  • Building the Java GUIpackage com.arscorp.demos.colorTest;import java.awt.*; import java.awt.event.*; import com.arscorp.cbng.client.*; import com.arscorp.cbng.client.builder.*; public class ColorTest extends CbBeanContainer implements InitializeListener { protected CbFrame _cbFrame; protected Panel _panel = null;protected Presenter _presenter;protected Button _buttonRed = null;protected Button _buttonBlue = null; }

  • Building the Java GUIpublic void buildWidgets() {_cbFrame.setName("CbFrame"); _panel.setName("ButtonPanel");_cbFrame.setServerObject("ColorTestPresenter");_cbFrame.setSessionName("ColorServer");_cbFrame.setLayout(new GridLayout());_cbFrame.setBounds(116, 255, 538, 65);_buttonRed = new Button("Red");_buttonRed.setName("RedButton");_buttonRed.addActionListener(new ActionListener() {public void actionPerformed(ActionEvent ae) {_presenter.sendMessage(ae, "redButtonClicked");}});

    _cbFrame.add(_panel, BorderLayout.NORTH);_panel.add(_buttonRed);_panel.add(_buttonBlue);}

  • Creating the SM ServerCreate a subclass of ArcbPresenter named ColorTestPresenterCreate a service methodchangePanelColorTo: newColor | buttonPanel | buttonPanel := self getPanelNamed:'ButtonPanel'. buttonPanel setBackground: newColor. buttonPanel repaint. Add a method nameredButtonClicked self changePanelColorTo: ColorValue red. ^nil

  • HTML File

    ATTRIBUTEScode=com.arscorp.cbng.client.CbApplet

  • ReferencesVW plugIn: www.cincom.comClassicBlend: www.appliedreasoning.comVAST-ULC: www.ibm.com

    Valtech:www.valtech.com

    TechnologyConsulting

    Classic Blend 2.0 is a tool that allows SM applications (VW) to present their interfaces as Java appletsAnd thus be deployed over the internet with a Java front-end.

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