HMGScript - continued ?

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Re: HMGScript - continued ?

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I agree with PHP+MySql on the server side.
All my maintaining and updates I need are done via HMG+MySQL.

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serge_girard wrote:I agree with PHP+MySql on the server side.
All my maintaining and updates I need are done via HMG+MySQL.

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There is a last hope yet... that someday, someone, create an xBase to JavaScript "compiler", to allow us to handle (at least) the client code in our language.

This is an interesting article about JavaScript compilers:

http://www.infoworld.com/article/290680 ... cript.html
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Post by serge_girard »

Very interesting article. Is it an option to build a Javascript-program controlled by a xBase program? The xBase 'writes' the Javascript-program ..

This all reminds of my PL/I days. Please take a look at this 1994 article in which PL/I and C are compared (Power vs Adventure):

https://www.uni-muenster.de/ZIV.Eberhar ... 1andC.html

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Roberto Lopez wrote:
Anyway, was not major interest on it.

HMGWEB was one of many projects to drive xBase to the web, that not got so much attention.
Hola

A mi en lo particular me interesó mucho HMGWeb, pero el desconocimiento de algunas, o muchas partes ( llámese
jQuery Mobile, framework, javascript, jQuery Foundation, AJAX, etc. ... ) me fue frenando.

Pero me parece una excelente forma de seguir manejando la información con DBF's ya en la Web
( claro, principalmente para consultas y dependiendo de las necesidades )
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Hi all

To me in particular I was very interested HMGWeb, but ignorance of some, or many parts (call
jQuery Mobile framework, javascript, jQuery Foundation, AJAX, etc. ...) was holding me back.

But I think a great way to continue to manage information with DBF's already on the Web
(Of course, mainly for consultation and depending on the needs)

viewtopic.php?f=44&t=3571&p=32870&hilit ... ezl#p32870
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