Last week www.beginend.net was launched with the goal of aggregating Pascal and Delphi blogs in a mobile-friendly, secure website with a minimalist UI.
Support for ?? (double question mark) as the coalesce operator has been added to DWScript.
The coalesce operator is a binary operator, which looks at its left operand, and if not “falsey”, returns it, otherwise returns its right operand.
A new version 2014.10.15 of the DWS Web Server is available.
This version contains a variety of improvements and fixes, along with a new sample for JS libraries.
The pre-compiled 2014.10.13 version of the DWScript WebServer is now available!
Below is a quick summary of changes in the SVN since the last post.
There is also a mini-sneak peek of things to come!
Long time, no post here, but not no happenings on the DWScript front
Behold a “cleaned up old logo” for DWScript, which will replace the old one until a better one is made
A new pre-compiled release v2014.04.04 for the DWS WebServer is available from the downloads page, it is compiled from the latest source.
Besides the usual demo sites, it has been used to serve a crypto-currency block-chain explorer website that peaked at 1600 page views / hour after some successful tweets went viral.
We’ve all encoutered reCAPTCHA, as it’s one of the few effective ways to protect form submissions from bots on the internet.
Acquired by google in 2009, it comes with multiple plugins for various web environment, here is a plugin for DWScript.
There is now an embryo of standard cryptography support for DWScript through the dwsCryptoLib module. The implementations are currently based on mORMot‘s SynCrypto unit, which is fast and solid.
Script-side it’s exposed as a System.Crypto unit, and offers the following classes:
As Google Code no longer allows downloads, I will incrementally relocate the DWScript downloads on this website.
The first of the new downloads is an updated binary installer for the DWS Web Server.