Re: Making Web-enabled

Craig Martin

Magic broker is solid and just works. HTML-merge serves all. Gigaspaces helps to you scale to Google/Netflix orders of magnitude but unlikely you need it.

Lots of choices for javascript frameworks. React wins.

Just an opinion.


From: <> on behalf of De Netwerkadviseur BV <andre@...>
Sent: Thursday, August 17, 2017 12:34:45 AM
Subject: [magicu-l] Making Web-enabled

I am still working in V9.4SP8 with Btrieve database. I want to make my applications web-enabled.
It is about 260Mb of Magic control files and about 30 years of development. I also use GET.DLL and some ownbuild OCX/DLL components.

I want to do it right the first time, so I am thinking of three possibilities to do this:
1. Migrate to XPA and use RIA and how will RIA handle components I they are rebuild in DOTNET
2. Use Magic Broker and develope the webside by a thirty party tool
3. Leave Magic and develope by a thirty party tool

May be there are more options, may be there are company's offering conversion to web-enabled.

As I think these considerations has passed a lot of you, please can you share your experiances?

Best regards,

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