What is EWD?

 
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      EWD is an acronym (for Enterprise Web Development) for a set of tools written by Rob Tweed and discussed on his website (http://mgateway.com) and Blog (https://robtweed.wordpress.com/ )

      The most recent version of EWD is EWD.js which is a set of Javascript code which provides an channel between front-end client code which connects to a server running an interface to a MUMPS database. If the MUMPS system is GT.M, the server is running NodeM, a program written by David Wicksell.  If it running Cache, there is a node.js interface provided by InterSystems.

      An initial start page for EWD.js is at http://ec2.mgateway.com/ewd/ws/index.html

      The previous version of EWD, called EWD Classic, is a set of MUMPS routines that generate a set of webpages, in CSS, Javascript, and HTML.  The generated EWD pages can be enhanced by a web-designer, but the EWD-specific XML tags provide the structure needed to communicate with the backend server code.

      There is a virtual machine named dEWDrop which includes VistA and EWD available from http://www.fourthwatchsoftware.com provided by David Wicksell.

       

       

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