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Wednesday May 19, 2004
06:48 AM

Maypole

[ #18827 ]

If you're building web applications and you haven't investigated Maypole yet then I strongly recommend that you do so. It will save you a lot of time.

Currently I've got a web front end to an application that lets you define the entities for other web applications. A bit of TT magic then goes off and defines the Maypole classes needed to implement these other apps.

It's all rather fun.

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  • Did you say you've got a web app that generates Maypole applcations??? Please, tell all.

    Bill

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    • Well, I'm on the way to having that. It's certainly what I'm aiming for.

      Once it's finished I'll be very happy to share as much of it as a) is generally useful and b) the Powers That Be here allow me to share.

      But it's actually not that complex. You have an application where the objects in the database are applications, entities (that belong to an application), attributes (that belong to entities) and relationships (between entities).

      You then write a script that queries this database and finds all of the e
  • Even better, throw a post to the maypole list, this sounds pretty facinating.