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Smalltalk on The Net ?

Hi,

Is there any site on  the net that use Smalltalk (Front end or Back end).

I need to learn something new. C++ or Smalltalk.



Regards
W.B

Ben.
Sunday, August 18, 2002

Hi,

Check http://www.whysmalltalk.com/ if you found something.

Henrik E.

Henrik E.
Sunday, August 18, 2002

Hello,

There is quite a bit of the information you are looking for at www.whysmalltalk.com

You can find all sorts of development tools including Smalltalk servers in the devlopment and tools section.

You can find the latest information in the Smalltalk Industry news section and much more.

I am always looking for more Smalltalk information whether it be events, products, projects, articles, tutorials, etc... So if you do not see it on www.whysmalltalk.com feel free to email me.

Jason Jones
www.whysmalltalk.com

Jason Jones
Sunday, August 18, 2002

Hi,

One example is http://www.ezboard.com/ if I remember right.

.. !! ..
Monday, August 19, 2002

That leads to Cincom's Smalltalk (and VisualWorks, non-commercial versions available for downloads), with their StORE Public Repository containing many projects and examples.

Andrzej Kocon
Monday, August 19, 2002

www.goodstart.com is a good place to start. Excuse the pun. If you dont find a site listed there as done in Smalltalk, then ask Monty and he will no doubt point you to a lot of them.

Well done for considering learning Smalltalk !
You will never regret it !!!

Regs,

James Ladd
Monday, August 19, 2002

I forgot to mention that there is a "mod_smalltalk" for Apache so you can do whatever you want with a web site in Smalltalk !!

James Ladd
Tuesday, August 20, 2002

At http://www.whysmalltalk.com/links/index.htm You will find a listing of a few sites that are implemented in Smalltalk top to bottom. 

Also if you are interested in learning Smalltalk, you will find tutorials on all Smalltalk environments at http://www.whysmalltalk.com/tutorials/smalltalk_tutorials.htm

I update the site with new things everyday so feel free to email me with suggestions for additions and comments.

Jason Jones
http://www.whysmalltalk.com

Jason Jones
Tuesday, August 20, 2002

If you need to learn something new, C++ is a much better call as your skills will actually be marketable.

pb
Friday, August 23, 2002

If you're looking to develop web sites, go with PHP.

pb
Friday, August 23, 2002

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