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From "James Strachan" <james_strac...@yahoo.co.uk>
Subject Re: [jelly] as a Turbine templating framework ?
Date Tue, 22 Oct 2002 16:41:02 GMT
From: "St├ęphane MOR" <stephanemor@yahoo.fr>
> Hi,
>
> I read a while ago something interesting about a JellyServlet...
>
> I'll like to know if there has been some attempts of a Jelly Service for
> Turbine (or Fulcrum),
> that would work like VelocityService (ie: you request
> "localhost:8080/foo/servlet/foo/templates/index.jelly"
> and the service evaluates the script and sends it to the browser).

Noones tried yet.


> Though, I don't know how Turbine deals with Layouts, Navigations,
> Screens, etc.
> This could be reproduced I guess.
>
> One problem is that is could break the MVC pattern, as eventually some
> logic would be inserted in those
> scripts rather than in services/pull tools.
>
> We could then have "jelly actions", which would do something, set a
> template to use, and pass its context to
> the "jelly screen". This could even be goal-oriented, with "jelly:jerkz"
!!
>
> If it's been done/thought of already, please point me to the info.
> Otherwise, I'll try something like that in the next few days.

Sure, have a go, why not.

James
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