Tagged as LISP, Programming
Written on 2010-11-07 21:20:29
Wow. It's been way too long since I've written about this. Naturally, software takes longer than expected. I also helped Leslie test features that were in beta so migrating to those and working out their kinks slowed things down a little.
But long story short, the next entry in the CL Web Primer series should be coming very soon. 7 days at the latest. If you just want to read the code, it's at http://github.com/redline6561/clockwork
Defining a jQueryUI Datepicker presentation
, 38 lines.
Defining a simple text messaging system
, 37 lines.
Defining a reminder class and methods to schedule the reminder to be sent, send it and delete it
, 47 lines.
Defining a form for users to fill out, a list of timezones and validation functions to ensure the input is good
, 109 lines.Putting it all together
, 27 lines.
Learning about web programming (I know, giving myself too much credit there...) with Common Lisp and Weblocks
? Priceless.The site is still quite ugly
and needs a lot of work
and a few more features but at least it's functional now.
Until next time...