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From "Matt Sergeant" <m...@sergeant.org>
Subject Re: ASP.NET Linux equivalent?
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2001 07:08:56 GMT
AxKit::XSP::PerForm is quite similar to the callback nature of ASP.NET,
though of course we don't have a GUI form designer. We could certainly work
on auto-loading of values from a database, but I think you'll find it's
already pretty easy. Also PerForm has no automatic built in system to "do
the right thing" for the different browsers - you have to write separate
stylesheets yourself, but the "use different stylesheets for different
clients" bit is built into AxKit, so it's not a complete disaster. :-)

Matt.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vsevolod Ilyushchenko" <simonf@cshl.edu>
To: <modperl@apache.org>
Sent: Monday, December 03, 2001 11:55 PM
Subject: ASP.NET Linux equivalent?


> Hi,
>
> Is anyone aware of a Linux product equivalent to ASP.NET from MS? Its most
> attractive feature is the GUI construction of Web forms and the automatic
> connection of their fields to a database. Since I am getting sick and
tired
> of writing over and over the code to process user input and store it in
the
> database, a similar product would be a huge help. (PHPLens does something
> similar, but it only presents data in the table format.)
>
> This may be somewhat offtopic, but I hope that even if there is nothing
> modperl based in existence, then maybe the readers are informed enough to
> point me in the right direction. So far it seems that neither Dotgnu nor
> Mono have anything similar.
>
> Thanks,
> Simon
> --
> Simon (Vsevolod ILyushchenko)   simonf@cshl.edu
> http://www.simonf.com          simonf@simonf.com
>
> "A man who feels himself a citizen of the world whose
> loyalty is to the human race and to life, rather than
> to any exclusive part of it; a man who loves his country
> because he loves mankind, and whose judgement is not
> warped by tribal loyalties." Erich Fromm
>
>


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