By the way, if there are any OS/X developers out there who are reading this, please consider porting JNEXT to OS/X. This will save me buying a system and expidite the release date for JNEXT for the Mac.
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home page or better yet - download the framework and try it.
I'm in a dilemma regarding which plugins to add next. Adding additional database plugins such as MySQL, PostgreSQL, Firebird etc. is trivial (just need to change less than 10 lines of code since the database plugin is built on the excellent SOCI database abstraction library).
I also want to extend the sockets plugin to include access to many additional OS features, and also to create a language bridge plugin that will enable writing JNEXT plugins in any language (including scripting languages).
However - all this will have to wait as I've just discovered a problem when handling NULL values in SQLite3 databases, so I'll first fix that and then get back to the dilemma...
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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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