Saturday October 5, 11:30 am
Talk about Ocsigen by Vincent Balat at
Open Word Forum Paris 2013
Le Beffroi 2 place Emile Cresp - 92120 Montrouge.
All our projects are now hosted on github. Feel free to send pull requests or submit bugs on github.
A new tutorial is now available on the ocsigen website: https://ocsigen.org/tutorial/tutowidgets
This short example of a client-server widgets is a good starting point if you want to learn quickly how to write a client-server Eliom application.
Please, help us to improve this tutorial and let us know any of your remark or suggestion.
- Client-server Web applications widgets by Vincent Balat at WWW'13, Rio, Brasil, Thursday, May 16, 17:00 - 18:30.
- Applications Web client-serveur avec Ocsigen by Vincent Balat at DevelopR6'13, Nancy, France, Friday, June 14, 10:30 - 11:30.
- Rethinking traditional Web interaction by Vincent Balat at ICIW'13, Rome, Italy, Wednesday, June 26, 15:45 - 17:30.
Opam repository for development versions
We now have an Opam repository for the development version of Ocsigen.
opam repository add ocsigendev http://ocsigen.org/opam
Stable packages are in the official Opam repository.
Opam is the recommended way to install Ocsigen if it is not in the software
distribution you use.
A beta version of Besport is available for testing. Besport is a social network developed using Ocsigen Eliom in California. Besport helps you connect and share sport with the world.
The slides (in french) and tutorial are here.
Ocsigen Eliom 3.0 released
Enhanced syntax for client-server programming, simpler remote procedure calls, simpler compiling, generation of projects scaffolds, cleaner interfaces, and many other very nice features!