RE: Porting GTK on to the Internet/Intranet

On Tue, 2001-11-06 at 12:20, Diwakar wrote:

The best strategy is to split your application into two parts:

1) Backend: That does the main processing.
2) Frontend: That does the user interaction with the backend.

Then, you can create as many Frontend as required, either using gtk+ or
CGI. gtk+ isn't like Java that you can imbed into the web.


> Ok,
> 	We have developed a small apllication for our internal use. Maily for
> testing the ability of various people on c/c++/unix/etc with levels/chapters
> etc. Basically a Question Bank and Testing software on GTK Linux7.1 Red Hat
> OS using C. Now this has to be put on our Intranet website. So what do we
> do?
> Regards
> Diwakar
> -----Original Message-----
> From: gnome-devel-list-admin gnome org
> [mailto:gnome-devel-list-admin gnome org]On Behalf Of Jeff Waugh
> Sent: Tuesday, November 06, 2001 12:24 PM
> To: GNOME Mail (E-mail)
> Subject: Re: Porting GTK on to the Internet/Intranet
> <quote who="Diwakar">
> > Well Web enabled standard application
> That doesn't mean much. :)
> Tell us what you want your application to do, and we may be able to help.
> - Jeff
> --
>       "Life is short. Forgive quickly. Kiss slowly." - Robert Doisneau

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