Running Squeak apps off the net
jennyw at dangerousideas.com
Tue Apr 1 18:19:32 UTC 2003
On Mon, Mar 31, 2003 at 10:16:52AM -0700, Brian Brown wrote:
> Yes, you can provide a URL for a Squeak project... you can also load and
> *save* projects to an ftp site for example.
Using Scamper? Are there examples of this? I assume this isn't just
pointing to a .sar file?
> Essentially you are talking about running an "app" (project or what have you)
> but not having a local copy of it, right? Like a citrix type solution, or
> having local user specific data storage while the app itself is hosted on the
No, I'm thinking of an app. that exists locally, but if the server says
there's a newer version, it'll update itself. This is how I think REBOL
works. Storage could be on server or client.
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