New Tutorial: CGI Web Forms in REBOL
[1/5] from: carl::s::rebol::com at: 15-Apr-2003 4:56
I was inspired last Friday meeting with students at Humboldt State University who are using REBOL for all sorts of exciting purposes! That helped me to hammer out a new REBOL CGI article over the weekend... for those of you who are interested in such details... http://www.rebol.com/docs/cgi2.html Keep on REBOLling, -Carl
[2/5] from: louisaturk:coxinet at: 14-Apr-2003 20:23
Thanks, Carl! Just what I'm needing right now. Louis At 04:56 AM 4/15/2003 -0700, you wrote:
[3/5] from: editor:the-sports-page at: 15-Apr-2003 0:03
But no more assistance for those of us working with shared hosting on Win machines. DF
[4/5] from: petr:krenzelok:trz:cz at: 15-Apr-2003 10:01
Carl at REBOL wrote:
>I was inspired last Friday meeting with students at >Humboldt State University who are using REBOL for all
<<quoted lines omitted: 5>>>Keep on REBOLling, >-Carl
a good one, Carl! I vote for read-cgi becoming part of Core mezzanine level - it is usefull and saves user from a) taking care about what method is used b) if part of Core we don't need it to put into our scripts each time .... add /truncate refinement as shown later in the examples .... What do you think? PS: Oh, and I nearly forgot about 'construct function existance - thanks for the reminder in the doc :-) -pekr-
[5/5] from: rebolask:free at: 19-Apr-2003 23:46
Yeah great I vote for that kind of stuffs cgi, view etc. Tutorials are really needed for Rebol because once you have passed the novice levels you have the impression that you'll never go further and be able to fully understand mumbo jumbo stuffs from Robert Munch as an example :).
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