Super easy task. CGIDEV2 or eRPGSDK would be an easy way to do it.

Either way, learning HTML, JS, CSS, etc will be a requirement and also very
beneficial.

All the RPG is doing is sending the data to the page. The rest is just
formatting/beautification. I've been teaching this stuff for over 20 years
now and the only thing that has changed are the tools available on the
display end of things (Js, CSS and HTML).

On Wed, Dec 23, 2020 at 12:28 PM Justin Taylor <jtaylor.0ab@xxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

I know my inquiry is rather vague. Unfortunately, I haven't been given
clear direction. My best guess is they want something to allow
self-described "400 programmers" to write modern web front-ends with
backend RPG. No small task there.

Thanks
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