LC --> Website ?

Kee Nethery kee at kagi.com
Fri Aug 26 22:19:08 EDT 2011


On Aug 26, 2011, at 6:54 PM, Timothy Miller wrote:

> Hi Kee,
> 
> I probably don't understand your reply. You overestimated my intelligence ;-)

:-) Hey you are using LiveCode so we know you have intelligence :-)

> 
> Maybe it's LiveCode Server I want to know about.
> 
> I don't know how to set up and maintain my own server. Probably a bad idea to try to learn. Will others do this for me for a fee?

Yes I think so and I don't have the details. I am guessing someone else on this list will point you to an ISP that can do this for you. I think RunRev has this service. In general I have to control all the components of server services that I create so I tend to ignore the "who hosts livecode server" kinds of comments.

Someone will help you I'm sure.

Kee


> 
> Tim
> 
> 
> 
> 
> On Aug 26, 2011, at 6:47 PM, Kee Nethery wrote:
> 
>> There is a stack from Andre that is a web server. You can hit it with a get or a post and it will process whatever you have scripted and then return a result. I run in on a port other than 80 because I don't want to disable Apache (remember it is it's own web server). The big disadvantage is that it is one user at a time. Command comes in and gets replied to before the next command can come in and get processed. The big advantage is that I can run it in the IDE and step through the code. 
>> 
>> I'm attempting to learn LiveCode Server specifically because it is more like a "normal" CGI. The commands come into Apache and Apache handles the juggling of all the connections. More mainstream, more industrial, but way less documentation and examples.
>> 
>> Kee Nethery
>> 
>> 
>> On Aug 26, 2011, at 6:09 PM, Timothy Miller wrote:
>> 
>>> Greetings,
>>> 
>>> I have a vague notion that it's possible to write LC stacks in such a way that they function as websites. If I'm not mistaken, one or more Internet Service Providers support this functionality. I think there's a name for it, but I can't remember.
>>> 
>>> Is this true?
>>> 
>>> I've got a shabby looking professional website I put together using a primitive HTML editor in some ancient version of HTML. It needs upgrading.
>>> 
>>> I do know how to use LiveCode moderately well. Without much effort, I could make a LiveCode stack that would look and act in the way I want my website to look and act. I suppose it might be possible to make it all shiny like a WordPress template, though I don't know how at the moment.
>>> 
>>> Is it really so easy as that? Is it reasonable to suppose that this is the simplest and most cost-effective way for me to upgrade my website?
>>> 
>>> I've looked at alternatives -- professional website designers, WordPress templates, drag and drop software. All present problems.
>>> 
>>> What does hosting cost? Any important limitations or gotchas? What are the chances the LiveCode method will still be supported five years from now?
>>> 
>>> Where do I learn more?
>>> 
>>> Thanks in advance,
>>> 
>>> 
>>> Tim
>>> 
>>> 
>>> 
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