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  • strange behaviour #112031

    nico77
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    Good evening,
    I would ask information about a strange behavior of jqwidget Framework. I use jqwidget with xampp installed on my pc at work, and have a very simple pages, with grid or combo box. If I browse my pages in local everything seems to work correctly, but if I browse the page from another pc in the net the grid doesn’t load or format data, or combo is show as html language. The same thing happens if I call the page from the pc where xampp is installed but I use the name of pc instead of “localhost” in address bar.
    any suggestion?
    thank you very much for the support.

    strange behaviour #112035

    Hristo
    Participant

    Hello nico77,

    Please, provide us with more details.
    What do you want to achieve?
    If you want simply to show one example into another PC then you could get benefits from common Wi-Fi.
    For example, you could use the simple http-server” library and share it to all PCs with this network.

    Best Regards,
    Hristo Hristov

    jQWidgets team
    https://www.jqwidgets.com

    strange behaviour #112041

    nico77
    Participant

    Hello Hristo,
    thank you very much for you reply, I’ll try to clarify what I need.
    i have several pc’s connected in LAN and on a pc I installed xammp (mysql,Apache, php). I have very simple pages where there are jqwidget grid, jqxcombobox,jqxcalendar. so if I browse from the same PC where I installed xammp with tha address “http://localhost/…” e verything works good, but if I try to access the site from another pc “http://computerName/…” the site doesn’t work correctly. for example:
    the grid doesn’t format correct the date, in the same column some rows are showed like text and not a date;
    the event change of jqxcalendar doesn’t fire;
    the combo box is not rendered, so it’s showed like ul/li html tag;
    the stranger thing is that if I access to the site from the pc where apache server is installed using “http://computerName/…” instead of localhost I find the same issues.
    I think could be a problem regarding Javascript, it seems that if I don’t use local address javascript is not recognized so jqwidget cannot run.
    Sorry, forgive my poor knowledge, what do you mean for “http-server” library?.
    Thanks again for your support.

    strange behaviour #112046

    Hristo
    Participant

    Hello nico77,

    The http-server” library is a simple server that you could start from the terminal.
    It used the local network (common Wi-Fi) to provide access to the shared folder for all devices in this area.
    I would like to mention that we do not have experience with such kind of preparation of the environment with the XAMPP.
    In my opinion it is a question of access to this project.
    Also, it seems like some of the files are not loaded, please, check this.
    Please, take a look at this article, too.

    Best Regards,
    Hristo Hristov

    jQWidgets team
    https://www.jqwidgets.com

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