Making the move...
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Sat Mar 25 17:27:51 EST 2006
Wow. I gotta go try this as soon as I finish this talk I'm giving tomorrow.
And please send me those URLs you mentioned offlist. This could be HUGE for
me. I had no idea this could be done and I don't know why I didn't have any
idea this could be done.
On 3/24/06, Sivakatirswami <katir at hindu.org> wrote:
> Dan, if your definition of a web app really is:
> > a Web *app* consists of a collection of 1 or more
> > templates -- HTML files with embedded command and function calls --
> > that
> > execute in a server-side scripting language interpreter running on the
> > server. All Web pages with this embedded script code are run
> > through the
> > scripting language interpreter on the server, where the command is
> > carried
> > out and some content is generated to replace the command call
> > before the
> > page is sent to the HTTP server to return to the client.
> We are *already* doing this with Rev for several years now (and I'm
> pretty sure I'm not the only one, I got into this with Andu Novac
> when this was all metacard years ago... he still around?) and it
> works great, even without fastCGI...the fact that Rev is called on
> each hit doesn't seem to be an issue at all.
Dan Shafer, Information Product Consultant and Author
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