ZyWeb



ZyWeb is an online webpage authoring tool, created and owned by ZyNet Ltd, and is currently at version 3.1. It was an early adopter of an entirely server-based solution. ZyWeb was created to enable non-technical users to create and publish web sites without any need for any design, authoring or technical skills.

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Zope

Zope is a family of free and open source web application servers written in Python, and their associated online community. Zope stands for “The Object Publishing Environment”, and was the first method for the web application. Zope has been recognized as a Python killer app, an app that helped put Python in the spotlight. Over the last few years, the Zope community has several additional web frameworks with disparate aims and principles, but sharing philosophy, people, and source code. Zope 2 is one of the most widespread of these frameworks, which runs on Zope 2. BlueBream (formerly Zope 3) is one of several broad-based sites, including Launchpad. Grok was started as a more program-friendly framework, ”

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Xojo

The Xojo programming environment is developed and marketed by Xojo, Inc. of Austin, Texas for software development targeting macOS, Microsoft Windows, Linux, iOS, the Web and Raspberry Pi. Xojo uses a proprietary object-oriented BASIC dialect, also known as Xojo.

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Wt (web toolkit)

Wt (pronounced “witty”) is an open-source widget-centric web framework for the C ++ programming language. It has an API resembling that of the Qt framework, which uses a widget-tree and an event-driven signal / slot system. The Wt’s design is used by the state of the model used in desktop-applications APIs, applied to the web-development of traditional MVC (model-view-controller) design pattern. So rather than using MVC at the level of a web page, it is pushed to the level of individual components. While the library uses a desktop software development process, it does support some web-specific features, including:

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Wix.com

Wix.com Ltd. is a Israeli cloud-based web development platform that was first developed and popularized by the Israeli company also called Wix. It allows users to create HTML5 web sites and mobile sites through the use of online drag and drop tools. Social plug-ins, e-commerce, online marketing, contact forms, e-mail marketing, and community forums can be accessed through their web sites using a variety of Wix-developed and third-party applications. Wix is ​​built on a freemium business model, earning its revenue through premium upgrades. Wix ads, add e-commerce capabilities, or buy extra data storage and bandwidth. Along with its other offices in Israel, Wix also has locations in Ukraine, Brazil, Lithuania,

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WET Web Tester

WET Web Tester is a web testing tool that drives an IE Browser directly and so the automated testing is done to a user would drive the web pages. The tool allows a user to perform the functions of the application of the application by clicking on the text, clicking on the button, and clicking on the button. One may also perform various checks as part of the testing process by using Checkpoints. The latest version of WET is 1.0.0. WET sits on top of Watir, an automated test tool which uses the Ruby scripting language. WET retains all the features that make table objects, Object depot (aka object repository), and inbuilt Html reporting

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Weebly

Weebly is a platform for e-commerce, websites and integrated marketing for creative entrepreneurs and small business owners. The company is headquartered in San Francisco and currently has more than 50 million customers around the world. Weebly was founded by Chief Executive Officer David Rusenko, Chris Fanini Chief Technology Officer, and Dan Veltri Chief Product Officer.

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Website builder

Website builders are tools that typically allow the construction of websites with manual editing. They fall into two categories:

The first websites were created in the early 1990s. These sites were manually written in HTML. Over time, software was created to help design web pages and by 1998 Dreamweaver had been established as the industry leader; However, some of them have been criticized as being overblown and linking on tables. As the industry moved towards W3C standards, Dreamweaver and others were criticized for not being compliant. Compliance has improved over time, but many professionals still prefer to write. Open source tools have been developed, and made fewer exceptions for the then-dominant Internet Explorer’s deviations from the standards. The W3C started Amaya in 1996 to showcase Web technologies in a fully featured Web client. This is a framework that integrates W3C technologies into a single, consistent environment. Amaya started as an HTML and CSS editor and now supports XML, XHTML, MathML, and SVG. GeoCities was one of the first modern site builders that did not require any technical skills. Five years after its launch in 1994 Yahoo! bought it for $ 3.6 billion. After becoming obsolete, it was shut down in April 2009.

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WebSiphon

WebSiphon is a world wide web application server and software development tool used to create dynamic, data-driven web sites. WebSiphon combines the proprietary SiphonScript scripting language with connectivity to several databases, including MySQL, FileMaker, and ODBC-compliant databases, as well as its own integrated flat file database, called Verona. WebSiphon features functionality found in scripting-based CGI applications. A developer can embed SiphonScript in HTML documents or execute a function in a stand-alone SiphonScript package.

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