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Pinned topic what is the base technology for project zero and WebSphere sMash

‏2011-08-18T03:17:26Z |
hi,i want to know what is the base technology for project zero and the WebSphere sMash?
For example ,which of kind of technology to build project zero?dynamic scripting,restful,rich web interface etc.
thank you
Updated on 2011-08-22T08:20:22Z at 2011-08-22T08:20:22Z by EricWangDW
  • SystemAdmin
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    Re: what is the base technology for project zero and WebSphere sMash

    ‏2011-08-18T17:44:19Z  in response to jessusniww
    sMash is primarily Java based. The PHP scripting engine is a custom implementation of the PHP language that runs on Java. Groovy runs natively on Java. The built-in REST resource model is custom to sMash, written in Java. Rich web interfaces can be created using Java, Groovy, Groovy Templates or PHP to dynamically generate HTML on the server side, for delivery and execution in a browser.
    • jessusniww
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      Re: what is the base technology for project zero and WebSphere sMash

      ‏2011-08-21T01:10:33Z  in response to SystemAdmin
      From where I can get the material to introduce the technology that the sMash use.
    • jessusniww
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      Re: what is the base technology for project zero and WebSphere sMash

      ‏2011-08-21T01:10:49Z  in response to SystemAdmin
      From where I can get the material to introduce the technology that the sMash use.
  • EricWangDW
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    Re: what is the base technology for project zero and WebSphere sMash

    ‏2011-08-22T08:20:22Z  in response to jessusniww
    http://www.projectzero.org/

    It's still available this moment.