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Web 3.0 - client-side PHP!

Discussion in 'HTML, Graphics & Programming' started by Beansprout, 4 May 2006.

  1. Beansprout

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  2. NathanE

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    Eek, check out that humungous security flaw :/

    PHP isn't involved in Web 2.0 let alone 3.0!
     
  3. Augmented

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    Wow, that looks neat :D. Just think of the reduction in server load...
    Let's just hope that wasn't on a big public project - it wouldn't last long.
     
  4. robmiller

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    How can you use a language's having an eval() function as being an inherent security flaw :(
     
  5. Inquisitor

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    Yup, there seem to be several people trying to use client-side server-side coding (if that's actually possible by definition :p) that have been put to shame on TDWTF. Scary thought :(
     
  6. Beansprout

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    Reading the comments is hilarious...one guy suggested they can include code to re-create the entire site - if the site gets broke, the next visitor will just somewhat-slowly rebuild it! :D
     
  7. Inquisitor

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    Hehe, that's TDWTF for you... some really incredible stuff on there, pure genius :p
     
  8. Beansprout

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