Nathan,

I couldn't agree with you more...that's one of the main reasons why we
went from Webfaced apps to RPG CGI apps...

Shane Cessna
Senior iSeries Programmer
North American Lighting, Inc.
217.465.6600 x7776



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Dave O wrote:
So, tell me again, what language(s) did you use to build your
application(s)?

I use HTML, CSS, and JavaScript for client code. I use RPG for server
code. I normally divide the server code into three (3) modules, following
an MVC design pattern.

My favorite IDE for client code is Macromedia Dreamweaver. I typically
use PDM/SEU for server code.

I understand you have a low opinion of RPG, but performance and
scalability are high priorities to me, which is my primary reason for
using RPG and an interface that offers the shortest path between the
browser and the database. No application server, no object-relational
bridge, and so forth.

Nathan.







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