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Your scripts for pay!

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We've all seen Googlemaps and such.

Good stuff but you have good stuff too.

I've a cool shared context that allows you to stick your cool scripts
into any page on the internet via CSS. Soon coders can
have their scripts that paid but once with a single customer pay each
time their scripts are used.

Googlemaps gave you but a map/ YUI gave but a bunch of downloadable
scripts. LAMPjack allows just about any script you;ve created to be
tweaked into a resellable money maker

Got Script?
Sep 6 '06 #1
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drclue wrote:
LAMPjack allows just about any script you;ve created to be
tweaked into a resellable money maker
Is this the URL?

http://www.myspace.com/lampjack

Sep 6 '06 #2

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pe**********@gmail.com wrote:
drclue wrote:
>LAMPjack allows just about any script you;ve created to be
tweaked into a resellable money maker

Is this the URL?
No ,that URL has nothing to do with the LAMPjack services,
nor anyone involved with LAMPjack ( an internet coincidence ).
A rudimentary version of the LAMPjack site
is being developed at www.lampjack.com
We develop in (Firefox), and at various
stages of development , sync with the other
browsers in our target audience, so for the moment
the site is [best viewed in firefox], but in the final form
is viewable in most capable browsers and may PDA's / Cellphones.

The LAMPjack infrastructure is engaged via a single script tag
(Like googlemaps) and individual LAMPjacks are activated by
simply giving a DIV an appropriate class name assignment.

Some examples include...

<div class="wPoint_login" />
Enages a login / sign up system with basic admin screen
providing email verified signup.

<div class="wPoint_search" />
Accesses the Google Search WSDL based service
<div class="wPoint_feeds" />
http://some.feed.source/...
....
</div>
Engages the XML relay to produce a news ticker with selectable feeds
We try to push as much as we can of LAMPjacks into
wLIB_xxxx.css. , wLIB_xxxx.xml , wLIB_xxxx.xsl with what
little logic required living in the parent wLIB_xxxx.js
that represents the actual JACK
I bet that in less than a half hour you could get LAMPjack
working on your own pages and have your next JACK exploited in
minutes more
I also think that if you had a good script you could make
a jack out of it in a day or less
Sep 6 '06 #3

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drclue wrote:
>
The LAMPjack infrastructure is engaged via a single script tag
(Like googlemaps) and individual LAMPjacks are activated by
simply giving a DIV an appropriate class name assignment.

Some examples include...

<div class="wPoint_login" />
Enages a login / sign up system with basic admin screen
providing email verified signup.
I don't have a clue how googlemaps works and it is likely many others
here reading don't either (however I imagine some do.)

The following page does not validate as HTML which means I can't/won't
be able to use it.

<div class="wPoint_search" />

Is it possible to use this?

<div class="wPoint_search"></div>

-Peter

Sep 6 '06 #4

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pe**********@gmail.com wrote:
drclue wrote:
>The LAMPjack infrastructure is engaged via a single script tag
(Like googlemaps) and individual LAMPjacks are activated by
simply giving a DIV an appropriate class name assignment.

Some examples include...

<div class="wPoint_login" />
Enages a login / sign up system with basic admin screen
providing email verified signup.

I don't have a clue how googlemaps works and it is likely many others
here reading don't either (however I imagine some do.)

The following page does not validate as HTML which means I can't/won't
be able to use it.
We validate and xbrowser strays about once a month during the
development cycle. Alas the last validations to zero errors was about
a week ago, so the next sync will probably not be for three weeks.

As I said we develop in Firefox. The base code works with NS,IE,Opera
and others , but as we are refining the service it is bound to be broken
in other browsers between syncs

Any third party jack will if using the infrastructure xbrowser.

We are aside from our dedicated production servers , adding
long awaited staging servers so that www.lampjack will always
have 100% tested code.
>
<div class="wPoint_search" />

Is it possible to use this?
Hell ya , if you want to be an early adopter,
adding this div with the LAMPjack class will put
the search engine on your page.

I would even perform a browser sync
and force the company to add the staging server.
Sep 6 '06 #5

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drclue wrote:
>
As I said we develop in Firefox. The base code works with NS,IE,Opera
and others , but as we are refining the service it is bound to be broken
in other browsers between syncs
Although it is good if the code base works in the browsers you listed,
I wanted to know if it can be used in a way that verifies as HTML. What
I was asking is if the folllowing will work

<div class="wPoint_search"></div>

Peter

Sep 6 '06 #6

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pe**********@gmail.com wrote:
drclue wrote:
>As I said we develop in Firefox. The base code works with NS,IE,Opera
and others , but as we are refining the service it is bound to be broken
in other browsers between syncs

Although it is good if the code base works in the browsers you listed,
I wanted to know if it can be used in a way that verifies as HTML. What
I was asking is if the folllowing will work

<div class="wPoint_search"></div>

Sure peter, either way works and results in the loading of a LAMPjack

I've just gotten into the habit of expressing empty elements like
<div class="wPoint_search"></divas <div class="wPoint_search" />

Some LAMPjacks do take in page arguments like
the feed addresses for the the rss ticker

<div class="wPoint_feeds">
http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_world.rss CNN World News
http://rss.cnn.com/rss/cnn_topstories.rss CNN Top Stories
http://my.abcnews.go.com/rsspublic/fp_rss20.xml ABC News
http://www.eatfeed.com/eatfeed.xml Eat Food
http://www.ecoearth.info/rss/ecoearth.xml Eco Earth
</div>
Sep 7 '06 #7

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