Beautiful little tutorial on how to build a complete Seaside Application with an RDB Backend

Sven just announced the availability of a new tutorial named “ — In 10 Cool Pharo Classes“.

I am fascinated by how short and clear this piece is. It really explains all you need to know to get started building a Seaside Application using Glorp and Postgres as a database. It is nice to read and really covers all there is to it without leaving you out in the cold. 

Skimming through the code I’d say that the code can be used in any Smalltalk dialect, not only Pharo. Just the Captcha class needs a bit of tweaking for other dialects than Pharo.

I must say I not only like Sven’s coding style but also his writing very much. I recommend taking a look on his other articles on