diff --git a/docs/tutorial.lisp b/docs/tutorial.lisp index 31975c53c89622d377c61f340b6e5fc798289157..67e150981611f35534a104bffdad4b79f89808f4 100644 --- a/docs/tutorial.lisp +++ b/docs/tutorial.lisp @@ -271,11 +271,12 @@ And finally a third link.
;;; `SLIDESHOW' also generates a static array called `PHOTOS' which ;;; holds the links to the photos of the slideshow. This array is ;;; handled by the ParenScript code in "slideshow.js". Note how the -;;; HTML code issued by the JavaScript is generated using the `HTML' -;;; construct. In fact, we have two different HTML generators in the -;;; example below, one is the standard Lisp HTML generator, and the -;;; other is the JavaScript HTML generator, which generates a -;;; JavaScript expression. +;;; HTML code issued by ParenScrip is generated using the `PS-HTML' +;;; construct. In fact, there are two different HTML generators in the +;;; example below, one is the AllegroServe HTML generator, and the +;;; other is the ParenScript standard library HTML generator, which +;;; produces a JavaScript expression which evaluates to an HTML +;;; string. (defun slideshow (req ent) (declare (ignore req ent)) @@ -325,7 +326,7 @@ And finally a third link.
"Next Slide")))))))))) ;;; `SLIDESHOW' generates the following HTML code (long lines have -;;; been broken down): +;;; been broken): ParenScript slideshow