Still need to get the packaging complete but I hope to release a new version of JNEXT some day next week. Meanwhile here's a sneak preview of what you can do:
myDB.query( "select * from ex" );
while ( (row = myDB.getRow()) != null )
strHTML += "<tr>";
for (var i=0; i<row.length; i++)
strHTML += "<td>" + row[ i ] + "</td>";
strHTML += "</tr>";
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Anyway, the next step is creating an extension for database support, which will include all major databases. After that, support for additional socket types.
Good things are coming your way :-)
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This is why I feel that the technologies mentioned above are finally a step in the right direction. So if we now have these tools, you then may ask why was JNEXT created ?
There are four main reasons:
The first working version of JNEXT (it wasn't called that at the time) was written before any of these technologies was publicly available. Due to my involvement with other projects at the time, I just never got around to packaging it properly and making it publicly available.
I suspect that at least one of the technologies mentioned have some sort of commercial agenda which will eventually conflict with interoperability (you can probably guess which), so there is a risk that using that technology, might limit the scope of your efforts to the confines of that agenda. JNEXT has no agenda other than offering developers more freedom to decide how to divide the processing load between the Web Client and Web Server.
I hope you'll find JNEXT helpful for your applications and hope enough developers will extend it with new and useful extensions. The goal is to give more power to developers and any contribution is always appreciated
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Anyway, version 1.0.5 contains many improvements and the sources contain everything for anyone who wishes to write new extensions.
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Support for using JNEXT simultaneously in multiple browser tabs
POP3 Client sample to demonstrate the simplicity of writing applications with JNEXT
Source code: common framework for writing JNEXT plugins + a filereader sample that demonstrates how you can quickly use the plugin framework to write your own native extensions.
I hope to release this within a day or two - version has been tested - all that is left now is the packaging bureaucracy...
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