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Coding Webpages with Batch

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:19 pm
by barneystinson19
Hi, I have a project and its what it says in the title.
I made some part of it. It doesn't listens port and responses to Html packets yet. Anyways here is the beta :)
The pages extension for this script is .pbat, tags are <%pbat and %> for coding. You can write pages and open with this programme :)
Feel free to write any comments/suggestions/ideas Thanks :)

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Download Link:
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Re: Coding Webpages with Batch

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:32 pm
by centip3de
barneystinson19 wrote:Hi, I have a project and its what it says in the title.
I made some part of it. It doesn't listens port and responses to Html packets yet. Anyways here is the beta :)
The pages extension for this script is .pbat, tags are <%pbat and %> for coding. You can write pages and open with this programme :)
Feel free to write any comments/suggestions/ideas Thanks :)

Virus Scan:
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Download Link:
http://dfiles.eu/files/03gxld3cm

Screenshot:
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For future reference, as this is a hacking forum the majority of people here would feel better if you just showed the source of the program.

Anyway, this is a pretty interesting idea and is even cooler that you actually implemented it. However, I do have some constructive criticism of it (and do remember that these are only my ideas):

1. It appears as though it's only Windows compatible, which is a shame for those of us on other Operating Systems.

2. In the example you provided, you're using a mix of both HTML and Batch; if both are needed, why wouldn't someone just use pure HTML?

3. Batch is a pretty weak language, and even worse is tied down to the OS itself; you might find it a better idea to use a different language for that.

Other than that, you made a pretty sweet program (from what I can tell)! Keep it up. +1

Re: Coding Webpages with Batch

PostPosted: Thu Feb 21, 2013 5:01 pm
by barneystinson19
centip3de wrote:
For future reference, as this is a hacking forum the majority of people here would feel better if you just showed the source of the program.

Anyway, this is a pretty interesting idea and is even cooler that you actually implemented it. However, I do have some constructive criticism of it (and do remember that these are only my ideas):

1. It appears as though it's only Windows compatible, which is a shame for those of us on other Operating Systems.

2. In the example you provided, you're using a mix of both HTML and Batch; if both are needed, why wouldn't someone just use pure HTML?

3. Batch is a pretty weak language, and even worse is tied down to the OS itself; you might find it a better idea to use a different language for that.

Other than that, you made a pretty sweet program (from what I can tell)! Keep it up. +1


First of all thanks for your comment :) I've thought to put the source code on here but I'm afraid of someone if gonna steal it and use it like he made it. I have work on it and I don't want it anybody to steal it. It's open source already but at least it can't be seen directly :oops: Anyways, I thought to do my own web programming language at first. But It would be much harder because of creating a syntax and coding a decompiler.. Not just hard for coding, also its hard create a whole language. Then I thought of batch language. It has its own syntax and rules so I don't have to create a whole language. Also its not strong so I can develop it and add new features as I like. I thought that It's perfect language for this because of this reasons. The good side of batch is it can execute console applications in it so I can use any console application in webpage and make a lot of thinks that pure Html can't like MySql connection etc. I'm agree with that it's bad that batch is tied down to Windows OS.
Thanks for your support :)

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Re: Coding Webpages with Batch

PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2013 1:04 pm
by Th3_M4d_H4tt3r
I commented lol; I think this is really amazing.

keep the good work up man :D