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Issue 9.5


Web Changes in Real Studio 2011r2

What's new

Issue: 9.5 (July/August 2011)
Author Bio: Paul Lefebvre has been using Real Studio for 9 years. His company, LogicalVue Software, specializes in creating database applications using Real Studio. Paul also runs the RBDevZone community site and is a founding member of the Association of REALbasic Professionals.
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Article Number: 9512
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Real Studio Web Edition continues to evolve. Release 2 in particular has some significant changes to how your web applications operate. Let's take a look at some of the changes.

Web Sockets

Currently Real Studio web applications communicate between the browser and the server using a combination of HTML and AJAX (Javascript). Web Sockets are a new feature that allows for a more direct connection between the browser and the app on the server. For stand-alone applications that run in either Safari or Chrome, web sockets will be used, resulting in better performing web applications. For all other deployments and browsers, the existing HTTP/AJAX method will continue to be used.

Hash Tags

Previously, each page in your project would display in the browser with its own URL. If a page was requested that did not exist, then an event (Session.CreatePage) was fired where you could decide what to do.

This design is now completely different. Your web applications now only have the URL of the main (default) page. As the user performs actions that would cause new pages to load, the URL will not change.

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