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From Hans Poo <h...@integranet.cl>
Subject Re: ASP.NET Linux equivalent?
Date Wed, 05 Dec 2001 15:56:25 GMT
El Mié 05 Dic 2001 11:28, Brett W. McCoy escribió:
> On Mon, 3 Dec 2001, Vsevolod Ilyushchenko wrote:
> > 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.)
>
> If you are writing the same code over and over again, that's a good sign
> you need to start creating modules and using those.
>
> One thing you may want to look at is Mason, which is a component based
> architecture for building web sites.  See http://masonhq.com.  But it's
> not point and click GUI stuff -- you still need to do some coding.
>
> -- Brett
>                                           http://www.chapelperilous.net/
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Poverty must have its satisfactions, else there would not be so many poor
> people.
> 		-- Don Herold

I believe that sometimes people want to stop thinking and let the GUI do that 
Job, obviously, it's not possible.

Over Expectations over GUI often leads to troubles in planification

It's a fact that with the GUI's you stop understanding what you are really 
doing.

Hans Poo


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