A feature of sMash is that t=it can be accessed remotely - and to do this, you need to make one change in the zero.config. zero.config is the bible for sMash. All the configuration is made here.
We need to add this line in our zero.config ------
This ensures that remotely, other servers using the fully qualified server name can access your application on sMash.
scripting with sMash
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IBM WebSphere sMash is a pretty cool offering from the projectzero.org folks! The most innovative feature, besides its light-weightedness (if I may ), is the AppBuilder section. The AppBuilder is such a cool thing to have when you are making pages etc. When you come from a non-IDE set-up, the feature to do add DOJO minus the installation and path setting - making boxes etc makes life so simple. And running PHP on sMash is also pretty simple - only need to add one file (That sMash anyways, adds on its own !). I have written an article on sMash and running PHP on it, it can be accessed here: