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mod harbour - a new backend language

I am a long-term "Clipper" - "HARBOUR" - "FIVEWIN" desktop developer.

Times have changed, and the direction is inexorably towards the web.

There is now also from "CLIPPER-HARBOUR" a backend: mod harbour.

Similar to PHP, a "mod" to APACHE is installed on the server.
At the backend you use "HARBOUR" as we are used to.

Although most of us are experienced desktop developers, the transition and learning
HTML and Javascript is a challenge for us. I think our knowledge forum would be well-placed here,
embedded under web developer experts.

Here is a link to mod harbour GITHUB.


Best regards,
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