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Deploying REAL Studio Web Applications

Making your Web App available to the world

Issue: 9.2 (January/February 2011)
Author: Paul Lefebvre
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Article Length (in bytes): 16,521
Starting Page Number: 39
RBD Number: 9207
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http://www.realsoftwareblog.com/2010/12/real-studio-web-edition-status.html
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On December 14, 2010, REAL Software released REAL Studio 2010 Release 5. The big new feature for this release is the all-new REAL Studio Web Edition. With Wed Edition, you can create web applications using your existing REAL Studio and REALbasic knowledge.

Web Edition is included in REAL Studio Enterprise Edition. If you don't have Enterprise, you can purchase Web Edition for $600, but it probably makes the most sense to just upgrade to Enterprise.

Web Edition is pretty impressive for a 1.0 product. It is amazing how quickly you can create a web application with it. However, deploying web applications is completely different than deploying desktop applications. For those with just a desktop application background it can be confusing.

Deployment Types

REAL Studio Web Edition can build your web application three different ways (for the three different platforms). They are: Standalone, Dynamic FastCGI, and Static FastCGI (Figure 1). You can choose which to build in the Web tab of the Build Settings window. Static FastCGI is such a pain to configure that I'm not sure why it's even there, so I won't be discussing it.

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