Octo Site Compiler

By Deane Barker on March 29, 2003

Octo Site Compiler: My buddy Chris found this app that will take an ASP-driven Web app, database and all, and wrap it all up into a single EXE file. When run, the EXE will launch the user’s default browser and sit on port 5050, acting as a little embedded Web server.

My first attempt to create an app had some errors, but I did no configuration to speak of. This would be a handy way to wrap up a big app and burn it to a CD for distribution. I can think of a lot of uses for this.

It looks like it retails for about $300.

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Comments

  1. ClickSpotting: This is a random Google AdWord I followed, but it looks like a pretty clever approach to web site analysis. Their twist is that they don’t just look at the fact that users go from page A to page B, but rather exactly where on the page people clicked.…

  2. lickSpotting: This is a random Google AdWord I followed, but it looks like a pretty clever approach to web site analysis. Their twist is that they don’t just look at the fact that users go from page A to page B, but rather exactly where on the page people clicked.

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