B4J Question B4J Understanding Server Apps

JamesGreaves

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When you say B4J can create Server solutions, does that mean an online web application inside of a webpage?


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hibrid0

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When you say B4J can create Server solutions, does that mean an online web application inside of a webpage?


I withdraw the question.
Yes you will make web apps with b4j. Check the Erel examples.
And other library for B4J is ABMaterial.
Check demo webapp.
http://prd.one-two.com:51042/demo/AboutPage/abmaterial-about.html

Another library is BAnano by the same developer of ABMaterial, I dont use it too much, but I understand is a transpiler from B4J to JS, to excute the js on the frontend.
 

JamesGreaves

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Yes you will make web apps with b4j. Check the Erel examples.
And other library for B4J is ABMaterial.
Check demo webapp.
http://prd.one-two.com:51042/demo/AboutPage/abmaterial-about.html

Another library is BAnano by the same developer of ABMaterial, I dont use it too much, but I understand is a transpiler from B4J to JS, to excute the js on the frontend.
Thanks Groot aka hibrid0, but
that website isn't quite loading properly for me. Is it working for you?
A lot of waiting for pages to load.
 

alwaysbusy

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that website isn't quite loading properly for me. Is it working for you?
Browser? Location? I got excellent response times (A 100 score). Try going to http://abmaterial.com instead because the other url is a sub path and maybe not all scripts/css are loaded?

 
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JamesGreaves

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Works fine here.

Note that "server" can mean many things. You can also use it to build the backend. For example jRDC2 is a regular B4J program written with B4J.

[Server] Building web servers with B4J
[WebApp] Web Apps Overview
Thank you Erel, slowly getting to grips with Databases, but still got some learning to do.

I was so happy the other day to discover another B4X programmer in my little town.
He bought a BxA licence some time ago, but never really got in to it, BUT he will now.
We are both encouraged to have someone to connect with.
The forum is brilliant, but it is very nice to have a "real" person to talk to, share with and work through issues.
 

OliverA

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