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html gui instead of the classic gui.

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Hi all,

is it possible to use an html gui with autoit instead of the classic gui?

I would like to create:

- an application on a Pc (like an application server) with a DB;

- others pc could connect with this Pc on a lan network by internet explorer or firefox;

- the application can manage the data (insert, remove, show graphs, etc.).

My target is:

-the possibility to manage software (like an upgrade) only in the "application server" and all the others pc receive the application updated;

-in the future I would like to publish the application on internet by a VPN.

I think there is something like this in another languages (like ruby).

I have only an idea in my mind (it is not a job that someone requested me) but it is intriguing for me.

Please help.

Cheers.

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This is possible in AutoIt, as it is in most languages supporting tcp/ip. But, due to the singlethread nature of AutoIt your application will not scale easily.

Some starting points:

DtTvB's web server,

Pangaea web server,

dhilip web server,

cyberzerocool remote web cam viewer

And just for the record, do a simple search next time. Saves the rest of us doing it for you..:whistle:

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This is possible in AutoIt, as it is in most languages supporting tcp/ip. But, due to the singlethread nature of AutoIt your application will not scale easily.

Some starting points:

DtTvB's web server,

Pangaea web server,

dhilip web server,

cyberzerocool remote web cam viewer

And just for the record, do a simple search next time. Saves the rest of us doing it for you..:whistle:

Thx Uten.

I'll check...

ps: I made a search in the forum but I didn't find what I'm looking for.

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