[Opa] A beginner's question about what is Opa
victor.reyes at gmail.com
Mon Jan 9 16:43:38 UTC 2012
Yes, very much so.
Thanks a bunch.
On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 11:31 AM, Adam Koprowski
<Adam.Koprowski at mlstate.com>wrote:
> Hi Victor,
> Indeed Opa is for creating web apps, so typically you'd build your GUI
> and interact with the user via the browser (client) using HTML & CSS. The
> console (where you start the executable) is the server side of the app and
> you can do some I/O there (reading/writing files, interacting with the DB
> etc.) but you won't be able to get user input as your user will connect to
> your app via the browser.
> Does that help?
> Best, Adam
> On Mon, Jan 9, 2012 at 15:34, Victor Reyes <victor.reyes at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The Opa tour states that 'Opa is a simple language to write web apps."
>> My simple and stupid question is (please don't laugh):
>> To do any I/O, including GUI stuff, Opa needs a Browser, correct?
>> You can't do any I/O via the terminal (console) other than starting the
>> executable, correct?
>> I'm sorry for asking these silly questions.
>> Thank you
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>> Opa at lists.owasp.org
> *Adam Koprowski [http://adam-koprowski.net]
> Opa Tech Evangelist @ MLstate [http://opalang.org | http://mlstate.com]*
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