The Yoix Scripting Language as a Tool for Building Web-Based Systems

@inproceedings{Drechsler2002TheYS,
  title={The Yoix Scripting Language as a Tool for Building Web-Based Systems},
  author={R. Drechsler and J. Mocenigo},
  booktitle={NETWORKING Workshops},
  year={2002}
}
The Yoix scripting language is ideal for building web applications. Implemented using Java technology, the Yoix interpreter runs wherever Java runs. The Yoix language includes many features and constructs from both the Java and C languages. Because it uses Java technology, it is cross-platform. GUI-capable and both network and thread friendly, yet requires less coding than using Java directly. The interpreter can use URLs to access Yoix scripts via a web server. CGI interactions are equally… Expand

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