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The interesting thing about WebSPL is that, other than usual CGI scripts, a WebSPL script is not executed once for each HTTP request. Instead there is one SPL process for each session and such a WebSPL script can pause its execution at any time, wait for the user to do something and continue execution as soon as the user did something.
In addition to that there is a module package called "WSF" (WebSPL Forms) which adds an additional abstraction layer between the application logic and the representation as web page. With this SPL modules, web application development becomes as easy as normal application development with well-designed widget sets.
WebSPL and WSF Tutorial ======================= This is a short tutorial to WebSPL and WSF. It is not a reference manual, so also have a look at the "wsf" module, the "cgi" module and related modules in the module references. If you have not yet set up your Web Server to handle webspl scripts, please have a look at the README file or the 'What is SPL?' chapter in this manual. WebSPL Introduct more»