On 10/10/05, Greg Fischer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Ok, after further investigation, Tim Morgan's React is not exactly what I am looking for.  That said, his work is outstanding, and I think it's awesome!  It's like Ruby On Rails implemented (better IMHO) in Zope!  Very cool!

However, I think what I want to work with is just a Zope product without the MVC stuff. 


here's how i look at it

we have zope (dtml/script/zsql-method) that do specific calls that spits out results via xmlrpc.

on the browser side, we have all these ajax libs - openrico, dojo, mochikits, azax, DataRequestor, jsolait, tim morgan's mini, etc

we just need to connect the dots.  the ajax lib + our java functions/etc will call dtml/script/sql-method via xmlrpc(builtin) or jasonrpc(with the jsonrpc product) and page will be updated inline(?)

not much voodo involved.  everything is there already.

a simple demo is at http://myzope.kedai.com.my/blogs/kedai/demo/; a script python that just spits out DateTime().pCommon(), and the other, a script python tah calls html file randomly.  replace that with anythin we want.

zope rox! but i guess we all know that



Thanks again everyone!

Greg


On 10/9/05, Greg Fischer < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Thank you everyone!  I really appreciate all the input.  It's amazing what you find by doing a little more thorough searching...  here's more of what I am looking for:
http://timmorgan.org/wiki/ReactFrameworkForZope

Tim Morgan has put together what I would call Zajax from the looks of it.  I am going to start playing around with it, and see how it fits my needs.

On a side note, I have put together a quick 'n' dirty blog about the things I am finding, particularly for XMLHTTP, not JSON or XML-RPC.  www.zajax.net  - (I liked the name so much, I had to register the domain! :)


On 10/9/05, Michael Haubenwallner < [EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Chris McDonough wrote:

>
> On Oct 8, 2005, at 6:54 AM, Greg Fischer wrote:
>
>>
>> I would love to have a product (called ZAjax :) that simply  receives
>> a request from the client and spits out xml.  To be more  specific, a
>> set of classes that call ZSQL methods and retrieve  records, then send
>> that back in xml format.
>
>
> We've had this built in to Zope for a long time in the form of XML-
> RPC.  There are several _javascript_ libraries that implement an XML- RPC
> client, the best in my recollection being vcXMLRPC.
>

http://myzope.kedai.com.my/blogs/kedai/49
shows a few different ways to do Ajax and Zope.

Michael

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