WebX Server is a highly customizable ActiveX Web Server. Writing database based web pages, dynamic web pages or adding web access to your application has never been easier. Over 40 Properties, Methods and Events for complete customization.
Version: 1.1.0WebX Server is a highly customizable ActiveX Web Server. Writing database based web pages, dynamic web pages or adding web access to your application has never been easier.
License: Commercial $149.00
Operating System: Windows
You can easily add web based administration/configuration, client access, and reporting features to existing applications while reusing existing subroutines, functions and classes. And the best part, you can do all this while still working the development environment of your choice, whether it is Visual Basic, Visual C++, Delphi, or any environment that supports ActiveX controls.
- Call functions inside your compiled application from HTML. - Embedded and/or external HTML pages.
- CGI, Server Side Includes (SSI), Authentication. - Over 40 Properties and Methods for complete customization
WebX was designed by developers for developers and was not only intended for users who want to publish HTML. WebX gives developers access to features that are not available from other web servers. For example:
- You can call Functions that are in your application from HTML. Reusing existing code has never been simpler. - Events can be raised when specific file types are requested. You can then choose how to respond to them, or let WebX respond. - Trap requests from clients to WebX and if you wish, send out a customized response instead of the requested file. - Send and receive files from clients.
WebX (WEBX.OCX) has a small footprint, less than 350K. It also requires the Visual Basic 6 runtime (MSVBVM60.DLL) and WinSock 2 Control (MSWINSCK.OCX).
With the included a dependency file with WebX so creating installation programs could not be any easier. Compare that to the installation headaches you will have making sure that the end user properly installs and configures PWS or IIS.