Commands on server and lack of examples
jjs at krutt.org
Tue Nov 12 15:05:58 EST 2019
Thank you Brian.
So actually the Dictionary needs some updates of stuff that is not an
error but also doing nothing when used on server.
Op 12-11-2019 om 19:34 schreef Brian Milby via use-livecode:
> Unless you are doing a HTML5 app (entire stack resides in a web page), none of the GUI stuff applies. The LC code is pretty much a replacement for PHP code, so the GUI piece would be the same (whatever HTML/JS frameworks you choose).
> On Nov 12, 2019, 1:24 PM -0500, JJS via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>, wrote:
>> i'm really curious how some things from the dictionary should work or
>> behave on server. (when filtered on server)
>> And i can find almost no examples, the forum section is small, the list
>> is searchable but not easy, lessons almost nothing and mostly about
>> installing the server, dictionary only IDE examples.
>> As it is serverside, how should for example a field work or a widget.
>> How should on mouseUp work? i can type on mouseUp and some things in it
>> like put"<p>hi</p>" and then end mouseUp, no error, but nothing
>> happening either.
>> Or in better words maybe, how to use a HTML button like an LC button.
>> How to send data without opening another lc script, i just want to stay
>> for example on the same page, but i need the result back without the
>> whole page being reloaded.
>> ( i know how to send data as i can choose categories and products and so
>> on each on their own page)
>> PHP versions i have.
>> I've rewritten some html/php scripts to html/lc and now i've come to the
>> same point, there where the products should go in the basket.
>> When one uses html form action="check.lc" for instance then when pushing
>> the html button it tries to open that script as a page.
>> So in short what i'm asking is a lot of examples and some answers to the
>> Thanks for any help.
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