2017-03-09 14:33:05 UTC
are just two that count at the moment, the VSI supplied CSWS (=Apache),
If I had to make a choice right now, WASD would win, no doubt. It is a
'real' VMS application, and not a ported Unix program. The result is
that it is far more efficient and powerful then CSWS.
The second advantage is that it is documented. It has a wonderful VMS
style manual, the whole thing looks as if it is already part of the VMS
And then something else, and this is more or less the continuation of
the GUI for VMS thread.
Jan-Erik pointed me to the WebSocket pages of the WASD web site. It
turns out that Mark Daniel wrote a C library with WebSocket functions.
Great for the interactive webpages we all want to have.
Now my question is, would it be possible to build a library with
callable WebSocket functions, so that you don't need to write a program
in C to use them.
That way you can just call the function you need from any VMS language.
Your comments please.