SteelArrow v4.0 Supports COM
With the release of SteelArrow v4.0 came full support for COM automation. With this,
the flexibility of SteelArrow takes on a whole new dimension for the web developer.
Check out the COM demos
demo 3) to see the new
functionality in action.
SteelArrow v4.0 and Java
SteelArrow now has support for Java. Java applications can be executed with the
SteelArrow (v4.5 or earlier) for Apache Web Server
To install the SteelArrow module, copy the "mod_steelarrow.so" to your servers modules directory and
add the following entries to your httpd.conf configuration file:
LoadModule steelarrow_module modules/mod_steelarrow.so
AddHandler steelarrow .aro (in <IfModule mod_mime.c> section)
Download mod_steelarrow.so for SteelArrow KA and Apache/1.3.26-1.3.28
Download mod_steelarrow.so for SteelArrow v4.1 (or earlier)
Download and install SteelArrow before getting/installing this module.
Easy Debugging with SteelArrow
The <SADEBUG> tag leaves nothing to question.
Find out what your variable values are easily with this one tag. This tag delivers even more
developer debugging functionality; check the samples page for more information.
SteelArrow and Macromedia Flash
SteelArrow can be used with Flash to add total flexibility to your web sites. Using
SteelArrow to manipulate data on the server and Flash to display information on the
browser is as easy as it sounds!
Check out our functioning demo guest book, which also includes the SteelArrow sources
used to make it all happen.
SteelArrow for "Fuzzy" Searching
Some of the new functions added to SteelArrow in version 3.5 allow for "fuzzy" data
searching. Fuzzy searching is based on the phonetic sound of words instead of the actual
spelling. As an example, a "fuzzy" search engine may return results for 'school' even
though 'skool' was entered by the user.