Uploading Livecode generated HTML5 to a web-server

Peter TB Brett peter.brett at livecode.com
Mon Feb 29 16:19:14 EST 2016

On 29/02/2016 20:27, RM wrote:
> Generating an HTML5 "standalone' from Livecode 8.0 DP 15 yields 5 files:
> YourStack.html
> standalone.zip
> standalone-community-8.0.0-dp-15.html.mem
> standalone-community-8.0.0-dp-15.js
> XXXXXX.livecode  [where 'XXXXXX' is a number] (this is actually a copy
> of YourStack.livecode)
> Do all of these have to be uploaded to one's website, and, as one of
> them is a java executable
> does one have to have some other fancy java 'stuff' uploaded as well?

Hmm -- did the HTML5 Deployment guide not explain it clearly?  Would be 
interested to hear feedback so I can improve it.

The weirdly-numbered stack file is a bug in the standalone creator. 
Please file a bug report and I'll fix it!

You just need to copy the other four files somewhere on your website, 
then load the .html page in a web browser.  The HTML5 Deployment guide 
explains how to customise the .html page if you don't want to (or can't) 
put all four files in the same place.


Dr Peter Brett <peter.brett at livecode.com>
LiveCode Open Source Team

LiveCode 2016 Conference https://livecode.com/edinburgh-2016/

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