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webapigen

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Windows console program providing a front end to the cgic library

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webApiGen generates a cgiMain function to be called by the cgic library. The idea is to provide a collection of functions for an AJAX (or AJA JSON) environment, although it can be used to emit straight html. The program takes a specification of an api and generates cgiMain() along with some helper functions.

Whether it's worth messing about with a mini language to come up with a relatively simple program which most people would probably do in some scripting language is for you to decide. I enjoy concocting small languages and prefer c++ to such scripting languages (php, python, lua, javascript) as I have had passing contact with: if this is you, then you may like this effort.

Manual at http://www.njames.co.uk/reference/webApiGen.html

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    Great software, thank you.

    Posted 09/24/2012
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Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Command-line

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2012-08-13

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