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Comparison of web application frameworks From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This is a comparison of notable web frameworks. General[edit] Basic information about each framework. ASP.NET[edit] C[edit] C++[edit] ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML)[edit] Common Lisp[edit] D[edit] Haskell[edit] Java[edit] JavaScript[edit] Scala[edit] Perl[edit] PHP[edit] Python[edit] Ruby[edit] Others[edit] Comparison of features[edit] C++[edit] ColdFusion Markup Language (CFML)[edit] Common Lisp[edit] Java[edit] JavaScript[edit] Perl[edit] PHP[edit] Python[edit] Ruby[edit] Others[edit] See also[edit] References[edit]

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Multiple Screens Using Google App Inventor Introduction Many developers started to play with Google App Inventor to develop simple applications, instead of writing lots of code. But one of the biggest problems encountered is the fact that you can't have multiple screens. So in this tutorial, you are going to learn how to virtualize screens in a very simple, useful and easy way. Background Before reading this tutorial, you need to have some experience using the Google App Inventor, if you have finished the HelloPurr you can proceed, but remember that App Inventor Blocks Editor uses Java language, so it will be nice if you already got some knowledge in Java. The Design Part As App Inventor is a lot visual, let's start by adding two VerticalArrangement boxes like shown below. So after you have done that, start putting some objects into both, for a test in this case, I've inserted a lot of stuff on both, and as you can see on the second one, I've inserted other alignment tools (works nice). Coding... The full code will look like this:

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Dev Center | Getting started with Node.js on Heroku/Cedar node Table of Contents This quickstart will get you going with Node.js and the Express web framework, deployed to Heroku. For general information on how to develop and architect apps for use on Heroku, see Architecting Applications for Heroku. Prerequisites If you’re new to Heroku or Node.js development, you’ll need to set up a few things first: A Heroku user account. Local workstation setup Once installed, you can use the heroku command from your command shell. heroku login Enter your Heroku credentials. Press enter at the prompt to upload your existing ssh key or create a new one, used for pushing code later on. Write your app You may be starting from an existing app. var express = require("express"); var logfmt = require("logfmt"); var app = express(); app.use(logfmt.requestLogger()); app.get('/', function(req, res) { res.send('Hello World!') Declare dependencies with npm Heroku recognizes an app as Node.js by the existence of a package.json file. Declare process types with Procfile Console

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