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Here is the sixth of our series about developing web applications using Willow. This one is about changing part of the content of your application without reloading the whole page.

The series so far:
1) Introducing Willow
2) Your first Willow application
3) Rendering content in Willow
4) Component Suppliers in Willow
5) User Interaction in Willow
6) Dynamic content loading in Willow (this post!)

Why not load the whole page?

To…


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This is the fifth post on our series on how to use Willow to create web applications, where we will cover user interaction.

The series so far:
1) Introducing Willow
2) Your first Willow application
3) Rendering content in Willow
4) Component Suppliers in Willow
5) User Interaction in Willow (this post!)
6) Dynamic content loading in Willow

What can be done?


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As part of my personal assignments at Mercap, I chose to review the TensorFlow tutorials.

The objective was to start learning about its features and current capabilities, to consider how to integrate it best into our Smalltalk products.

This post is a summary of the lessons learned during the first week of interacting with the tutorials, APIs, and projects that serendipitously entangled with my own.

What is TensorFlow?

TensorFlow is a standard when it comes to Machine Learning. It is managed by Google, used by most tech companies, and has…


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This is the fourth post of our series where we continue to learn how to use Willow to create your web applications. This time it’s all about creating web components regardless of your chosen front-end framework.

The series so far:
1) Introducing Willow
2) Your first Willow application
3) Rendering content in Willow
4) Component Suppliers in Willow (this post!)
5) User Interaction in Willow
6) Dynamic content loading in Willow

How do I create standard components?


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This is the third in a series of posts about developing web applications using Willow. Here we continue the development of our To Do application.

The series so far:
1) Introducing Willow
2) Your first Willow application
3) Rendering content in Willow (this post!)
4) Component Suppliers in Willow
5) User Interaction in Willow
6) Dynamic content loading in Willow

What can be rendered?

Rendering a string means just drawing it on the screen, like we…


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This is a follow-up article to the Introduction to Willow.

The series so far:
1) Introducing Willow
2) Your first Willow application (this post!)
3) Rendering content in Willow
4) Component Suppliers in Willow
5) User Interaction in Willow
6) Dynamic content loading in Willow

So you know what Willow is. Now you want to create your own interactive application. How do you proceed? That is what you'll learn here.

Installing Willow

Metacello new
baseline: 'Willow';
repository: 'github://ba-st/Willow:v14/source';
load

Setting a goal


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The series so far:
1) Introducing Willow (this post!)
2) Your first Willow application
3) Rendering content in Willow
4) Component Suppliers in Willow
5) User Interaction in Willow
6) Dynamic content loading in Willow

This is an introduction to Willow, a library that provides ready-to-use components for interactive web applications, using a framework agnostic integration.

Maximiliano Tabacman

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