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'UnJSq' v0.1.1

UnJSq is a Node.js package to develop web application frontends, not like a CGI, with which the entire web page must be reloaded on each request, but by modifying only the needed parts of the DOM.

It's not another JavaScript framework, and does not rely on such a framework.

The v0.1.1 fixes an issue preventing a successful installation on macOS.

More about this package at this page.

Wed Jan 10 17:41:27 2018 (10/01/18) · Claude SIMON

'UnJSq' v0.1.0

UnJSq is a Node.js package to develop web application frontends, not like a CGI, with which the entire web page must be reloaded on each request, but by modifying only the needed parts of the DOM.

More about this library at this page.

Fri Jan 5 21:13:48 2018 (05/01/18) · Claude SIMON

'xppq-php', an XML parser and preprocessor for PHP, is available.

With this extension, XPPq, a native XML parser and preprocessor, is now available for Node.js, Java, PHP and as command-line tool.

Fri Nov 3 16:01:14 2017 (03/11/17) · Claude SIMON

'esketch-php' is now working.

The PHP variant of eSketch, esketch-php, is now working on GNU/Linux, macOS and Windows. It is deployed on AppVeyor and Travis CI continuous integration services.

The eSketch software is used as skeleton for various types of programs. esketch-php is the PHP variant of this software, and, as it is now working, this opens the way for other PHP programs based on the Epeios framework.

Usually, Travis CI is used for both GNU/Linux and macOS, but, as for October 2017, Travis CI doesn't handle PHP on macOS, so only the GNU/Linux version of esketch-php, and this will also the case for upcoming PHP programs, is deployed on Travis CI.

Fri Oct 27 17:39:05 2017 (27/10/17) · Claude SIMON

CI deployment of 'zndq', the PHP wrapper.

zndq, the PHP wrapper, is now successfully deployed on AppVeyor and Travis CI, the continuous integration services.

Tue Oct 24 16:04:04 2017 (24/10/17) · Claude SIMON
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