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  1. i want to introduce my first open source framework. its name is tedjs(easy elemen definer) . a library oriented framework. with this you will can design your html in your way. you can create elements , attributes , text nodes and comment nodes. you can control every thing. could you please visit its documents and tell your comments? i write a complementary library for it. its name is aml. it has some functions to help you. you can use it as a sample. tedjs documents: tedjs github: aml github: thank you in advance
  2. First, I've read all that W3 has posted about potential web servers plus followed those links and as many peripheral ones until I found myself totally snowed under by technical references and nomenclature that means nothing to me. I have never run a web server and never plan to publicly. This is only for local use of MySQL and PHP. Perhaps there are some who can help point me in a more productive direction or assess the feasibility of my plan to develop a rather straight-forward and (hopefully) simple-to-implement prototype of web pages on my desktop. Here is where I am: The host service that I am considering (and experimenting with at this writing) is a free site that provides better functionality with an upgrade that seems worthwhile, at least at this point it does. It supports MySQL database & PHP, both which are alien to me but seem relatively easy to manipulate, script-wise. Seems a reasonable undertaking. I DL'd MySQL so that I could learn locally without the planned host's interface further complicating the learning curve. I've now gotten familiar enough to manage MySQL data structure that it is time to manage the input, query and reports with PHP/HTML. I am familiar with HTML for the most part as well as javascript but JS is not supported universally the way it used to be. Hence, the PHP route. I find out that I must actually configure my machine to act as a web server to interface between MySQL and PHP. As stated before, this is the milestone where I am stuck. I have no clue which download is appropriate for my needs or how to determine that. I have a stock version of Win 7 Pro that came installed with my HP 6305. Whatever architecture had been installed during the set-up is what it there, plus any of the updates that have been flying through. So my questions are: Where/how do I check this Win 7 machine to decide which server is suitable for this rig? SPECIFICALLY, what should I be concerned most with a potential server to perform functions that are not exotic... just simple input forms, database queries and reports? Bare bones but reliable is what I am seeking. I already installed MySQL Server 5.7 and spent a few weeks running test operations. Do I need to remove it before I install the server and then reinstall? Is there a preferred sequence to install them? I've found right off that MySQL uses command prompt interface, like deja vu of writing Unix shell scripts 25 years ago. That itself was a surprise to me in this world of GUIs. I noticed a Workbench utility that appears to be GUI but at the moment I am comfortable enough learning the syntax in DOS. But this is very very slow process and I see where simple tasks that rely on perfect keystrokes will become tedious. How much help is a MySQL GUI utility and are there any servers that operate seamlessly through that sort of interface? Does the version of MySQL installed determine which web server will be compatible with it? There are more questions, but these high-level, basic ones were chosen to give me a better overall grasp of the project scope. Any objective recommendations would be gratefully received. Please provide links, if applicable. TIA Chip
  3. I am trying to become a full-stack web-app developer. I have a few years experience with Java/Scala and the Play framework and lately some Node.js development. I am having trouble deciding what client-side framework to use. JQuery + Backbone.js or AngularJS. I have a little JQuery knowlege, and so does my team, and JQuery works really nicely with Backbone. But Angular has a large community and is well documentd and integrated with Express. What I want is something that has an easy learning curve, fits decently with CoffeeScript, and works well with both Play and Express. Any suggestions on which to use??
  4. Hello, I am want to present new AMD (asynchronous module definition) javascript framework - arto8. For first imagination about it, please visit follow page: This framework in developmen stage and day by day changed, improved and added new innovation ideas. Periodically visit to this site for see news.
  5. I find this tutorials very useful and I think it will be really handy if you do Bootstrap tutorial. On site is nice documentation, but some things aren't explained so well.Who think this is good idea? Thanks.
  6. Hello,I am going to do a test/benchmark of some PHP frameworks.The main factor of comaparation will be a comunication with MySQL databases and CRUD operations with them.I'll also compare their documentation, comunity support, etc.So I made a list of some known frameworks and I'll be glad if someone can tell me which I should not use or which I forgot to include. Zend Framework CodeIgniter Symphony Yii Kohana Prado CakePHP Nette PhpBURN Akelos Recess Jelix DooPHP Qcodo Seagull Thx for every help.
  7. Hi! I'm going to set up a blog-like website, but I don't really want to use something like tumblr or wordpress. So what's the best (and easiest!!) framework to build this on? Django and Rails on Ruby, are these good choices or are there better options? Thanks in advance/Nicolas
  8. I'm currently developing an online web community, and I was thinking of allowing the base of the website to be extensible by developers. The site is built on the CodeIgniter and Zend php frameworks. I was wondering what the best way to allow these extensions to be made would be? Would it be better to use the frameworks' plugin capabilities or what? Can someone help point me in the right direction?Any and All help is appreciated! :]