I ask not because I’m seeking help, but because I’m tying to decide how helpful it would be for me to create some examples of using Panorama X Server to generate HTML pages.
The range of uses could be as simple as putting some of your own databases online solely for your personal access on other devices and platforms. Or it could be used to generate up to date static pages of product lists, real estate listings, news feeds or a blog.
( I could have Panorama upload the pages too, but so far I’ve left that to existing ftp apps )
Stepping beyond static pages, Panorama can be used to build sites that include pages built entirely on the fly in response to who the user is and what they’ve chosen or entered. It’s been applied for a music festival in which teachers register and pay for their students to participate in an annual competition. Judges log in to their own set of links and accesses to enter scores for the students.
Another user here has it working with technicians in the field, providing them with their assignments of customers to visit and details of any issues or needs. The technicians post details and notes on the services provided and the status of the equipment serviced - to the nth degree.
Medical sites require extreme data security in order to comply with US federal HIPAA requirements. Panorama based sites have passed extremely sophisticated security evaluations with the best possible scores. Some of these sites involve more than a hundred HTML templates built to collect or provide data for individual’s medical records. Panorama sends out iCal formatted reminders, creates and sends password protected zip files. It even communicates in JSON with companion apps on Android and iOS.
The biggest limitation I’ve encountered is between my own ears. My attitude has become if I can do it on my desktop Panorama, I can do it in a browser.
So, back to my question. Who’s interested in this topic that I, for one, am very willing to help facilitate?