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Slides of my presentation of iBizLog, a massive eCommerce made with Pharo and GLASS, at ESUG 2010

Slides of my presentation of iBizLog, a massive eCommerce made with Pharo and GLASS, at ESUG 2010

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  • 1. Smalltalking the web powered by viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 2. Who I am? I talked about this just half an hour ago :) viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 3. What’s iBizlog Massive eCommerce for small business viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 4. Our target Independent professionals Small business (PyMEs) e-commerce viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 5. Our competition WebStore - Amazon ProStores - eBay Yola, NeoSitios, etc. viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 6. iBizLog - Some features Business types Payment types Style templates Sales tracking Customizable on Social networking certain plans Ranking system Messaging tools Own domain Shopping cart SEO by default viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 7. iBizLog - Numbers Since we start (1 year): Over 1500 business Over 5,000 registered users 5 minutes average time on site 5 pages/visit viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 8. o! em d e Liv viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 9. Technology GLASS Linux CentOS (64bits) Quad Core, 4GB Hosting: LeaseWeb - Netherlands viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 10. Deployment It’s a GLASS! 3 Gems/1 Stone Apache is going trough FastCGI viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 11. What we use (1) Development on Pharo Seaside 2.8 Prototype/Scriptaculous jQuery (made by Sebastian Sastre and my self) Magritte... a lot of Magritte. Any where. Any place. AJAX... a lot too. viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 12. What we use (2) ReCaptcha (Yes, integrated to Magritte) ImageMagick (Integrated to Magritte too - this one was hard) ShareThis (I did not find any sense on integrate this with Magritte, but give me some time) viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 13. What we did (1) Home made data storage mechanism Very simple, but very reliable and customizable. We call it “Voyage” Can be used with plain memory, GLORP and, of course, Gemstone. It works! viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 14. What we did (2) Home made Seaside/AJAX component library You create components and forget about “html request blah” stuff. We call it “Dynamic-Components”, and now “Reef” (on Seaside 3) Yes, already talk about this :) It works too! viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 15. Problems found (1) Gemstone people did a very good work providing a Squeak/Pharo compatibility layer But there are some that were not migrated: #ifNotNilDo:, #asMonth, #hour24, etc. Some are present, but with different implementation HTTP POST work in a very different way Some others can’t be migrated because the machinery is different: OSProcess for executing external programs (ImageMagick). Our solution: use our own abstraction layer for platform specific stuff viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 16. Problems found (2) Hyper stop working with some charge Our solution: Using FastCGI. It was straightforward, and it speed ups the application a lot. viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 17. Questions? viernes 22 de octubre de 2010
  • 18. Thank you! self registerAt: ‘http://ibizlog.com’ viernes 22 de octubre de 2010