[racket] Web Application Deployment

From: Karl Winterling (kwinterling at gmail.com)
Date: Tue Jun 22 15:40:51 EDT 2010

I'm a college student in California, so I can't afford a World of
Warcraft account. However, I might try to design and "sell" a Racket
application to my Co-op. so I'll need to avoid sounding mentally
disturbed to the central IT staff.

On Tue, Jun 22, 2010 at 12:21 PM, Neil Van Dyke <neil at neilvandyke.org> wrote:
> Racket comes with a CGI library.  I recently ported a large legacy Racket
> (PLT Scheme) CGI-based application to SCGI using
> "http://www.neilvandyke.org/scgi-scheme/".
> For new development, consider using the PLT Web Server instead of SCGI or
> old CGI.  Nowadays, virtual servers like Amazon EC2 are affordable, and you
> can make them do things that the cheapo CGI/PHP/Zope shared hosting of a few
> years ago didn't support.
> When undertaking a Web development project in Racket... in addition to the
> extensive Racket documentation and the help available on this email list,
> there are professional Racket consultants available for outsourcing.  And,
> to borrow a line from an Asimov bio, they grow more handsome with each year.
> Karl Winterling wrote at 06/22/2010 02:45 PM:
>> It appears that you need a PLT Web server running on your site's host to
>> deploy Web applications. Is it possible to deploy applications on shared
>> hosting with Apache and something like CGI or FastCGI?
> --
> http://www.neilvandyke.org/

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