Learning about server
scott at elementarysoftware.com
Wed Jun 25 21:16:20 EDT 2014
FWIW… Although a “good” url probably shouldn’t have an equal sign… I’ve got one which appears to work in most browsers but gets reported as not valid when using 8up.uk
And count me as interested in any LC Server book.
On Jun 25, 2014, at 2:19 PM, John Craig <john at splash21.com> wrote:
> I've created a url shortening service with LC server that I want to write up as an example app. It seems like quite a good project to start with as it's fairly short / easy to complete, but not without having to solve a few problems first. There's exposure to quite a good mix of things to get it up and running - and I'll also add a captcha image to prevent robots...
> On 10/06/2014 10:56, John Craig wrote:
>> Any areas in particular that interest you? I was speaking to someone recently about writing a book on LC server - not sure how much interest there would be, but here is the current list of possible topics;
>> Basic .lc server scripts
>> Basic logging in and out with sessions
>> SQL primer
>> Server scripts with MySQL
>> Logging in and out with a database
>> Web applications
>> User and group permissions
>> Web APIs
>> Push notifications: iOS/Android
>> Basic record versioning with AJAX
>> With hangouts / skype and all the other wonders of the interweb, delivery could be fun..
>> On 10/06/2014 04:00, Dar Scott wrote:
>>> I would like to learn about server.
>>> But, as Frodo would way, I don’t know the way.
>>> Dar Scott
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