I haven't heard your name in so long. Good to hear from you again. My son
Jason and I are currently working on this very thing. I believe you've found
your bounty-hunters. We'd love to explore CRUD via http. What we have to
offer right now is what we've discovered uploading/downloading files in various
It seems the only thing we're missing is delete. That is, if we can read we
can certainly edit what we've read and thenPut, thus accomplishing the Update
part of CRUD. Our next tasks include deleting files as well as creating and
deleting directories, in addition to listing the contents of directories.
We're working with standard Linux/Apache using MySql.
On Apr 17, 2013, at 5:02 PM, Alain Farmer wrote:
> Does LiveCode support HTTP-methods other than GET and POST ?
> IOW, does LiveCode support the following http-methods : HEAD, PUT, DELETE
> I'm asking because there are web-based CRUDs that could therefore be
> leveraged. Ex: Couch-DB
> CRUD = Create, Read, Update, Delete
> Create = PUT
> Read = GET
> Update = POST
> Delete = DELETE
> If it is not currently implemented, are there any bounty-hunters wishing to
> take this on ?
> Btw Couch-DB is a powerful noSQL database, open-source of-course, that is
> accessed via HTTP.
> It's speciality is replication and synchronization. Supports any topology:
> master-slave, peer-to-peer, etc.
> JSON is used by many applications. It's easy to generate, and easy to parse.
> This could REALLY open-up things for RunRev! :-))
> Alain F.
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