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Molto fantastico! After careful testing, Eberhard has released [create xhtml.k] to the world at large, tempting me to immediately stop paid work and experiment ever after: www.kx.com/listbox/k/msg05240.html
"Last year I wrote [create KSP] as a technology testbed in order to try out some web technologies w/o the penalty of large piles of conventional code or -even worse- no code at all. I never published the thing because it finally became was it was, ironically: just another feature-complete, but boring template engine. KSP basically consists of a standalone web application server written entirely in K with features like HTTP/1.1 support, request / response / server / session "objects", appl/page-level-security / url-rewrite, error trapping, multiple cookies handling, emebbeded browser w/ chunked transfer-encoding, mime-types as usual. The only part missing yet is an accelerator cache.
"Now, by the end of last year I detected LAML (Kurt Nørmark's Lisp abstracted markup language) and decided to write a piece of software based on its principles in K ("KML [K]"), this being much more in the spirit of functional languages - and also much more fun to use. After a while I redesigned KML to support validating XHTML code. Whereas previous
versions generated xhtml pages directly (by text manipulation), the next version should use a xhtml parser which makes page generation much more elegant and faster."
Das anfangs erwähnte Testbed mag zwar eine "just another feature-complete, but boring template engine" sein, nichtsdestotrotz halte ich es für die potentielle Killertechnologie ... Web-Applications zu entwickeln hat selten so viel Spass gemacht ;-)
Erfreulich ist auch, dass das K-Listbox-Archiv in letzter Zeit immer up-to-date gehalten wird.
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