AIDA/Web 6.0 and Aida/Scribo 1.0 beta on Squeak released

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AIDA/Web 6.0 and Aida/Scribo 1.0 beta on Squeak released

Janko Mivšek
Dear Smalltalkers,

We are happy to announce that AIDA/Web Smalltalk web application server
version 6.0 and AIDA/Scribo CMS 1.0 are ready for beta testing on Squeak.

A preconfigured one click experience image is available:

Aida/Web is a Smalltalk web framework for the component based
development of complex web applications. Aida is a mature and proven
framework, yet on pair with other modern web frameworks. Aida main
characteristics are REST-like, nice and bookmarkable Urls, strong
internationalization, seamless integration of Ajax, integrated security
with user/group/role management, low memory footprint, ability to serve
many web applications and web sites from the same Smalltalk image,
reliable serving (with help of Swazoo Smalltalk web server) directly to
Internet and more. See for additional info.

This version is also the base for AIDA/Scribo, a powerful CMS (Content
Management System), with several plugins: wiki, website, forum, blog.

AIDA/Web 6.0 beta release notes

     * better scriptaculous integration
     * improved internationalization support (like full japanese support)
     * important bug fixes and major refactorings
     * cross-dialect file support using Sport
     * LightBox support

AIDA/Scribo 1.0 beta important features

     * Multilingual support
     * Security and access control
     * Document versioning
     * Document Locking
     * Workflow (States during document's life)
     * Scriblets (Scribo components embeddable into the text)

Best regards,

Janko Mivšek and Nicolas Petton

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