renesd at gmail.com
Thu Sep 22 02:56:08 CEST 2005
I have done something similar, but with xmlrpc ( using the jsolait
library ) instead of jsonrpc.
It is a Melbourne arts, music, and creative comunity site
The current site is an old version of the code, and I have since done
a lot to improve it. Refactoring, and cleaning up has been a big part
of it, as the current live site was more a proof of concept to try
I like the approach because it makes it easy to write scripts that
interact with the website remotely. However there are a lot of
browser performance, and browser compatibility issues with generating
pages based on dynamic requests. It was very time consuming, because
a lot of it was working with new things, and working around bugs. But
very interesting none the less :)
I might think of swapping xmlrpc with jsonrpc later on. However when
I started jsonrpc was not really working very well across
Melbourne websites, creative and technical services
On 9/22/05, Stephan Diehl <stephan.diehl at gmx.net> wrote:
> I'm in the process of developing a kind of web widget library.
> I guess that it will be similar to lifepage (nevow) :)
> The ultimate goal is to have a development platform that allows to write
> Webapplications exactly in the same way than other GUI applications.
> Obviously, I'm still far away from that goal...
> is basicly a JsonRpc Server (at the moment based on Webware).
> The (html) widgets render either as html, if they are served by the webserver
> end or in a json compatible format, if served by the JsonRpc end.
> Has anybody done anything like this before? Or thought about it?
> If there is real interest, I'd be putting together a release of what I have
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