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wxPython Application over the net

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We have an application in wxPython that works quite well on
our local computers, but we want people to be able to run
the program over the internet. One way that would work
is to use an Xwindows server and just have people connect
to the program on our local host, but we would like to work
in an internet browser because not everyone has an Xserver.

Is there any reasonable way to run a wxPython app inside
a browser?
Jul 18 '05 #1
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On 9 Jan 2004 18:38:08 -0800
dj********@yahoo.com (Jay Davis) wrote:
We have an application in wxPython that works quite well on
our local computers, but we want people to be able to run
the program over the internet. One way that would work
is to use an Xwindows server and just have people connect
to the program on our local host, but we would like to work
in an internet browser because not everyone has an Xserver.

Is there any reasonable way to run a wxPython app inside
a browser?


How about Java VNC client which connects to vncserver?
It's easy to run networked programs on that.
I've used for a while nicotine (soulseek-like program) over
network

Petri
Jul 18 '05 #2

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