[San-Diego-pm] Running PHP slide show from Perl
xrz1138 at gmail.com
Wed Oct 6 18:00:53 PDT 2010
I have to add that anyone who can work with perl can hack php immediately.
Developing from scratch might take a bit longer, but not much.
2010/10/6 Nicholas Wehr <pm at bionikchickens.com>
> Joel, without knowing more about the details of your system - I would say
> that your solution strategy seems to be introducing a lot of complexity and
> think your time is best spent solving it within that environment.
> Alternately, php developers are plentiful for contract...
> On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 11:59 AM, Joel Fentin <joel at fentin.com> wrote:
>> On 10/6/2010 11:26 AM, Nicholas Wehr wrote:
>>> hm, well I see how this can be challenging.
>>> is your goal to download a webpage and redisplay it with perl? or
>>> do you just want the php web content?
>>> if so, I recommend WWW::Mechanize
>> As brief as I can make it.
>> + go to http://calscape.com/
>> + click the "Trees" dynamic link. You should see a list of trees.
>> + click the thumbnail or common name of the first tree. A page is
>> displayed specific to that tree. Note the slide show.
>> + Click the 'Next Plant' link (near upper right corner). Another plant
>> page is displayed. Note the slide show.
>> + Click the browser back button. the prior plant data is displayed but not
>> the prior slide show.
>> + I put that slide show into that page with an iframe.
>> + I create the show on the fly per the specific plant we are looking at.
>> + The slide show is an older version (also php) soon to be replaced by
>> plant1.php or something very like it.
>> + I was experimenting with system() as a means to solve the back button
>> Is anybody still awake?
>> Joel Fentin tel: 760-749-8863
>> Biz Website: http://fentin.com
>> Personal Website: http://fentin.com/me
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Christopher Hahn == xrz1138 at gmail.com
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