Tag Archives: Smalltalk

PUM 08.06.02-02.06.37 – support for Date and Time …

… I do not know why, but in all my projects I never needed instances of Date and Time – all work has been done with instances of DateAndTime (actually alwas converted to UTC) so far. With this version I … Continue reading

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PUM 08.06.02 – 02.06.34

Just updated all stuff to support and load correctly under VASmalltalk 8.6.2

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PUM 08.06.01-02.06.34

This version contains work for the ExtJS source code generator: We removed the Sencha Architect code generator – because we think, that this tool is (sadly spoken) a dead-end. Sencha produces now IDE extensions for Eclipse, WebStorm und VisulStudio – … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk and its CompositionEditor …

VASmalltalk offers two frameworks to create user interfaces: WindowBuilderPro and CompositionEditor. The WindowBuilderPro is the more usual approach and is available in all other IDEs like VisualStudio or Eclipse. The CompositionEditor is the original IBM approach – and the opinions … Continue reading

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PUM, Gemstone and VASmalltalk as a REST client

PUM (now somewhere with a version around 08.06.01-02.06.27) is able to create a VASmalltalk client source code to create classes needed in the API definitions. It creates the API calls and all the needed Abt* methods on the class side … Continue reading

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VASmalltalk, HTTPClient and cookies …

While writing a RESTClient Runtime for VASmalltalk for my Gemstone system I needed to write a HTTPClient able to handle my cookie send from Gemstone. How is it done ? Create a subclass from SstHttpClient and add an instance variable … Continue reading

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PUM 8.6.1 – 02.06.22

New version out with small points: Topaz/Gemstone -> accessMethod created in service class to have direct access to the root of the persistency tree of the data – to unify the programming style among several projects -> sessionID method created … Continue reading

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