Friday, January 8, 2016

Tiny BASIC blog series

Here's just a quick mention about a Tiny BASIC series that I'm writing over on one of my other blogs.  Run BASIC uses a version of Tiny BASIC as an example, so I figure that some Run BASIC users would be interested in seeing what's being done in that blog.  Essentially what I'm doing is showing how to extend the Tiny BASIC interpreter.  This is of interest for anyone who enjoys BASIC, who is curious about language implementation, and who might find a BASIC interpreter useful as a scripting language for their application written in BASIC.

See you all there!

Back to business

It's been a long time since I've been blogging on any of my blog pages.

So, now that I've been at it again on the BASIC Programming blog, I posted the following information below when someone inquired about Run BASIC, so it only makes sense to post it here also.

The essential concept of Run BASIC that it is an all-in-one BASIC web application server.  You can use it to create a dynamic web site, or to host in-house applications for your business or school, or use it to control your home.  The possibilities are pretty much endless.

Here is a link to a white paper about Run BASIC.

Here is a link to the Run BASIC community forum.