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December 29, 2009


Filed under: jsc — Tags: , , , , — zproxy @ 2:11 pm

Let’s build some muscle on jsc.

OrcasMetaWebService. Crosscompiled from C# to Java for Google App Engine and PHP.

The idea is that your little cute Web Service will be running on PHP and Google App Engine. See the C# source code used in this example over here.

  • See live example running on PHP.
  • See live example running on Google App Engine java

There are features missing. But you sure can see where it is going 🙂

PS. Video parameters “&w=800&h=500&fmt=18″


I had this idea to publish the web services via WSDL with HTTP Protocol. But it seems this scenario isn’t exactly supported by the big old Microsoft just yet. So the next step would be to implement xml-soap?

See also:

November 20, 2008

AvalonWebApplication with PHP backend

Filed under: jsc — Tags: , , , , , , , — zproxy @ 7:41 pm

I have created a new project template that demonstrates most of what jsc is capable of. Soon I will publish it on the sourceforge with a tutorial how to get started using it.

Long story short – Here is an application which demonstrates the following features all written in C#:

  1. PHP Backend
  2. JavaScript (WPF)
  3. ActionScript (WPF)
  4. Java Applet

Update: Moved the example to sourceforge and removed the querystring switch.

October 25, 2008

AvalonExampleGallery via jsc:php

Filed under: jsc — Tags: , , , , — zproxy @ 6:53 pm

Years ago did not provide support for php5 – until now. The next release for jsc will finally include a php project template.

For now you can have a look at the example show below, where the php will generate a correct html view of the application and the javascript will make it interactive. Nice huh?

Known bugs: There seems to be some issues with IE7 tho…

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