SteelBlue 2.1b2

Operating systemsOS : Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris
Program licensingScript Licensing : Other Free / Open Source License
CreatedCreated : Jun 15, 2007
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SteelBlue is an open-source Web application server ...

steelblue by Robert Buccigrossi is an open-source Web application server environment in which Web-database applications can be developed completely in an extended HTML language.
Similar to ColdFusion and Story server, session and user-associated data as well as SQL commands can be directly embedded into the HTML page.
Therefore, no CGI programming experience is required to develop applications with SteelBlue 2.1b2, only knowledge of sql and HTML.
- True extension of html. SteelBlue [steelblue2.1b2.exe] commands maintain the HTML format. This allows new SteelBlue - 0MB elements to seamlessly integrate with existing HTML commands and also allows prototyping of pages with existing HTML editors.
- automatic security enforcement. Security is enforced before a single line of a script is executed, therefore reducing any potential holes from mistakes by a Web developer.
- User groups. Special abilities can be granted to or removed from users through association to groups. This permits administrators and normal users to share the same web application.
- Automatic restoration of form data.
- Automatic server and client-side type checking.
- HTML generation, data checking and resulting database interaction may be combined in a single SteelBlue 2.1b2 script. This leads to more modular code that is easy to maipt. Thislt;

SteelBlue 2.1b2 scripting tags: commands, server, steelblue, sql, server application, sql commands, data, automatic, server environment, html. What is new in SteelBlue 2.1b2 software script? - Unable to find SteelBlue 2.1b2 news. What is improvements are expecting? Newly-made SteelBlue 2.2 will be downloaded from here. You may download directly. Please write the reviews of the SteelBlue. License limitations are unspecified.