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Re: Developing like Google's applications

by hsinclai (Deacon)
on Mar 13, 2005 at 04:46 UTC ( [id://439061]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Developing like Google's applications

Especially the stuff from Google. They have been working on giving new dimension to web applications.

No kidding!! Ajax: Here's the concept described... Although not much to do with Perl .. at least not yet..

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Re^2: Developing like Google's applications
by Corion (Patriarch) on Mar 13, 2005 at 09:53 UTC

    There is the Sajax toolkit, which has a (not really perlish) Perl port. I am using it to write a collaborative (text/code) editor that runs in the browser. The prototype lives at http://zaphod.datenzoo.de, but it is very rough at the edges. As soon as I get the code into a releasable state, I'll post more of the code.

    The problem with JavaScript RPC is that you have to be more or less fluent in both, Perl and JavaScript to get the tight interaction correct, at least until you have stabilized on an API.

      I didn't like the SAJAX toolkit too much, so I rolled all the javascript out of the Perl code and replaced it with a .js file.

      Then I turned the perl script into a CGI::Application module and have the result running here:

      http://www.unobserved.org/misc/rs/

      Code available for download.

        I just started looking at Sajax, but love your simplification, so I'll use it instead. Thanks very much

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