July 17, 2003

Franz has a new web application framework, Webactions (sadly this url appears to be impermanent).

A new facility for generating dynamic web pages, Allegro Webactions, has been made available as a patch to supported Allegro CL customers. (It is not at the moment available to Trial users.) Allegro Webactions sits on top of AllegroServe (Franz Inc.'s Lisp-based web server) and provides a framework for building web applications that are easy to maintain and update.

Using Allegro Webactions provides an overview.

Lots of people are doing web programming, I know, I know, but from my perspective I find it a little hard to get excited about a new lisp web application framework. It's just me.

Posted by jjwiseman at July 17, 2003 08:56 AM

AFAICT webactions does not allow you to put arbitrary code in an html page. Doesn't that make it useless?

Posted by: Christian NybÝ on September 29, 2003 06:38 AM
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