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a Language for Developing Interactive Web Services

  title={a Language for Developing Interactive Web Services},
  author={Claus Brabrand and A. Mller and Anders Sandholm and M. Schwartzbach},
  • Claus Brabrand, A. Mller, +1 author M. Schwartzbach
  • Published 2000
  • Computer Science
  • <bigwig> is a high-level programming language and a compiler for developing interactive Web services. The overall goal of the language design is to remove many of the obstacles that face current developers of Web services in order to lower cost while increasing functionality and reliability. The <bigwig> compiler translates programs into a conglomerate of lower-level standard technologies such as CGI-scripts, HTML, JavaScript, and HTTP Authentication. This paper describes the major facets of… CONTINUE READING
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