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

From: Justin D.
Sent on: Saturday, July 24, 2010 2:16 AM
 On 7/23/[masked]:54 PM, Fire Crow wrote:
> Jscript.net is very good if you can upgrade the stack from classic to asp.net.
The particular brownfield code in question is vbscript asp. It just got
me thinking along the lines of whats possible. For the most part I have
.NET, PHP, MySQL, Mongo and MS SQL available to me. Also, if I had to
develop this code anymore I'd probably scrap it.

My theory was as follows. Classic ASP "just works" in IIS 6/7/7.5 still,
and you can do server side debugging. While better serverside javascript
interpreters exist, this has the advantage of being already installed.
> 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.
>
I'm going to have to check this out for sure. Despite the shortcomings
of the flash framework, I like the OO features of action-script.  Since
I work in an ad firm now, a few of the flash developers here might also
be interested in this.

> Node.js can also work under IIS using  fast cgi
>
> Or v8cgi and a host of other spidermonkey cgi implementations.
>
Hrm something with an equivalent popular apache module would be a good
idea. I wouldn't want to invest in anything odd, because its hard to
find people that can maintain odd stuff.

Justin

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