1. Bill Wood said:

    The statement that WebSpeed ‘doesn’t fit in’ is a bit of an overstatement. The new WebHandlers in PASOE for WebSpeed really change what you can do.

    I will agree that having any server (WebSpeed or otherwise) generate HTML code is ‘passe’: Server side frameworks that generate raw HTML is not where most Web UI frameworks or going.

    But the new OpenEdge Web capabilities on PASOE really are giving you a single AppServer environment that exposes HTTP(S) endpoints, that can serve up RPC requests, but also a Streaming API. With the WebHandler, you get the ability to serve up JSON, XML, data, and metadata from code in a “WebSpeed” style programming model.

    January 12, 2016
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      prabhu jha said:

      Thanks for comment and I agree PASOE added whole host of capabilities and what developers can do with it

      January 21, 2016

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