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Web-Based Development


The Web Development Environment (WDE) is a web application that enables developers to create, modify, and build their own CODE:NEO web applications. Once the WDE is installed on a server, a developer may access it through a webbrowser. The developer can browse, open, and edit files. The developer can also create a WDE project, which is a combination of source files, compile settings, link settings, and so on.

If the developer has created a project, the WDE can be used to compile and build the application. The WDE builds CODE:NEO binary executables (CnBins) from C/C++ source files as well as CODE:NEO rivets, which are HTML files with elements that contain C/C++ code.