[fpc-pascal] Servlet server for Fpc apps
adrian at veith-system.de
Sun Mar 29 13:09:18 CEST 2009
>> Using haxe for web applications is very effective, because you use the
>> same language for back-end and front-end. With pascal4neko you can use
>> your existing pascal code or use pascal for low level tasks.
> Have you heard about ExtPascal? It wraps ExtJS library into Pascal
> unit so you can use ExtJS as if you're using V/LCL components. Powtils
> also has PasJS which could compile your pascal code into JS, though it
> only supports very basic of pascal language. Unfortunately, both
> project seems to be stalled. :(
> Have you heard about Morfik? I think this one is better than haXe
> since it directly produces native code from *pascal* code, both for
> server and client side.
I have seen ExtPascal and looked at the ExtJS library which seemed
interesting, but if I am right the license is not LGPL or something
similar. Same with Morfik interesting, but expensive and not open. Haxe
is opensource and, if you are used to pascal like me since 30 years now,
as a language not so far away (at least from all C - styled languages
the most comfortable in my point of view).
I have never heard of Powtils but will take a look at it.
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