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Pierre Sahores psahores at free.fr
Tue Jun 14 05:26:39 EDT 2011

It's not at all the rule of LC-Server to handle HTML, CSS, JS, AJAX for us, nor PHP or Java does. See the usefull Ralf Bitter's RevIgniter solution for this (or any of the great JQuery, Mootools, etc... options), if needed. LC-Server is a professional grade server-side engine, no less, no more...

Le 14 juin 2011 à 10:52, Keith Clarke a écrit :

> What is lacking *is* revServer - it's prerelease and now hasn't been touched for over a year, except for the recent minor clean-up of library requirements to ease Linux installation of the pre-release. There is no current general release LiveCode server deployment product that can serve HTML pages from LiveCode 4.6.n. server-side code.
> On 14 Jun 2011, at 09:34, stephen barncard wrote:
>> What is lacking in Rev Server that prevents the application of html5 ? That
>> doesn't make sense.
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