Projects / Webzap


Webzap is an framework for the development of Web applications or views of multiple tier client server systems using the WingS API. Webzap can be used as a 'glue' language for EJB development. For instance, if you have a couple of session EJBs, these could be easily combined using Webzap. In Webzap, your application is defined in an XML file with the .webzap extension. It mainly defines the user interface objects and what should happen if a user interface object triggers an event. The controls are layed out using a template HTML file with the .thtml extension.

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  •  10 Jul 2003 13:27

    Release Notes: Pipes are now also functions. Variables can now be bound permanently to functions. Two new special functions that embed other functions were added: the parallel and the serial function. Bugfixes were made. More extension possibilities were added. The license was changed to the GPL.

    •  19 Feb 2003 22:46

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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