Re: [Brooklyn-Javascript] Is anyone doing serverside javascript inclassic asp?

From: user 6.
Sent on: Friday, July 23, 2010 11:54 PM is very good if you can upgrade the stack from classic to

Its written off ecma script 4 for so you have an import command for using modules that fits with the rest of .net

All of the javascript goodness has been added, but it also supports sealed classes for interacting with statically typed C# or other .net code

Its also very well optimized, so its fast within the memory hog that is microsoft software.

Node.js can also work under IIS using  fast cgi

Or v8cgi and a host of other spidermonkey cgi implementations.

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Subject: [Brooklyn-Javascript­] Is anyone doing serverside javascript inclassic asp?


Spent part of last week dusting off some asp code I didn't write to make
ajax form submission handlers. The though occurred to me that you can
write asp in javascript as well as vbscript.

So my question to the serverside javascript fans on this list, is anyone
doing serverside javascript with classic asp? If not whats the best
serverside javascript ISAPI/FastCGI/CGI module for IIS?


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