[Lazarus] jQuery interface for fcl-web

Michael Van Canneyt michael at freepascal.org
Tue Jun 9 14:34:27 CEST 2009

On Tue, 9 Jun 2009, Joost van der Sluis wrote:

> Op maandag 08-06-2009 om 15:28 uur [tijdzone +0200], schreef Michael Van
> Canneyt:
>> On Mon, 8 Jun 2009, Joost van der Sluis wrote:
>>> Op maandag 08-06-2009 om 14:05 uur [tijdzone +0200], schreef Michael Van
>>> Canneyt:
>>> I'm still thinking about adding an option to the apache-modules and fcgi
>>> to let the TWebModule stay in memory, as some kind of session with a
>>> timeout. That would add a lot of other possibilities.... (more
>>> servlet-like)
>> I've thought about it, and a design as Remobjects uses would be good:
>> You'd need a global TWebmoduleFactory which is in charge of creating
>> the instances or picking them from an in-memory pool. Depending on the
>> application you can create descendents:
>> - TOnShotWebmoduleFactory (create& destroy a module per request)
>> - TPooledWebModuleFactory (have a pool of twebmodule instances and route the
>>     request to one of them)
>> - TSessionWebmoduleFactory (same module throughout the session)
>> It would require a minor change to the TWebApplication object: it no longer
>> creates the webmodule directly, but asks the factory to create one.
>> Depending on which factory is used in the application, one of the above
>> systems is then used to return an instance.
> Yes, something like that
>>> What helps when you have a project you want to work on. So you discover
>>> what features you miss. Do you have an idea for something usefull?
>> Rework the contributed units section of the FPC website ? :-)
> I knew you would say that.

I have some more ideas, but they are not useful for you :(

Another idea is the testsuite website. It could use some polishing,
and maybe even some new sections.


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