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    Question What are these developed in..

    What are these panels developed in, anyone knid enough to help me out.

    https://my.gameservers.com
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    Yeah I see most panels with php but I thought that was front end? (web portion of the panel) what about back end?

    There is also this panel https://www.snelpanel.com

    Login info: demo@snelserver.com
    password: demo

    My question if it has .php, .py, etc that means it uses mostly that language?

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    PHP is a server side technology, not a front end.

    A .php page could be 100% PHP driven, or be 0%. Its impossible to say. You could have a perfectly static page with a .php extension. Without seeing the code, its impossible to say.

    But PHP doesn't display anything. Its just processes information and feeds out text. Then that text can be interpreted in different ways... as HTML, as Javascript, as an image, etc. But at the end of the day, none of the PHP reaches the client, only the resulting text.

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    .py is usually Python, but the same goes for Keleth's reply. It doesn't necessarily mean it's Python.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nx2b View Post
    What are these panels developed in, anyone knid enough to help me out.

    https://my.gameservers.com
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    IF you're referring to the language used for the website, then yes it's probably php that is used to generate the pages. Note though that on nearly all webservers you can use any extension you like - .php could actually be a perl script disguised as a php script..

    As for the game servers themselves, there is no way of knowing. They could have been written in any language - c++, c#, java, VB, pascal.. There are so many to choose from and frankly there is no way for us to answer your question because we simply can't know. No-one here has access to the server or the source code so it would be impossible for anyone here to get any information about it for you.
    I can't really think of anything to write here now...

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    Well I asked one of their staff he replied: flat html and java based, using a small API to talk to the core code base. What is that implying?

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    Uh... it implies its HTML and Java based? It can't really imply anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nx2b View Post
    Well I asked one of their staff he replied: flat html and java based, using a small API to talk to the core code base. What is that implying?
    Why didn't you ask them in the first place? - We could never really tell you.

    What it implies is that the game server itself is written in java whilst the rest of the site uses html / php to connect to the database and display webpages. I would suspect that the java game server shares the same database as the website.

    Does that make it any clearer for you?
    I can't really think of anything to write here now...

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    Well most companies do not disclose what their panels are deloveped in because of their "policy" so they don't tell you, I had to ask several people while leading up to their developer. There is no mention of php nor is it in the url.

    But can an entire funcntioning panel be based on html/java.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nx2b View Post
    What are these panels developed in, anyone knid enough to help me out.

    https://my.gameservers.com
    https://customer.i3d.net/login.php may need to register for this one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nx2b View Post
    There is no mention of php nor is it in the url.
    Are you absolutely sure of that? - Read your own message and the next one clearly highlighting the probability.

    Quote Originally Posted by nx2b View Post
    Well most companies do not disclose what their panels are deloveped in because of their "policy" so they don't tell you, I had to ask several people while leading up to their developer.
    They are under no obligation to tell you and you have no right to demand that they do. That still doesn't change the fact that we wouldn't be able to tell you though. You seem to think that you have the 'right' to know from the company OR from us. We here at codingforums have no physical access to the servers or the source code to be able to tell you. You seem to be missing that bit. There is no way that we could see any java applications running on the server, just the php which has already been pointed out to you.

    Quote Originally Posted by nx2b View Post
    But can an entire funcntioning panel be based on html/java.
    As I mentioned earlier, the GAME servers are likely to be java while the website is html/php based. I feel that I explained that pretty well last time. In case you don't understand this theory, the GAME server will simply be a PROGRAM running on the operating system with multiple threads to handle multiple connections. It doesn't mean that the actual server (linux or windows) is written in java OR that the website is java powered. It is quite possible on a dedicated server to have a java server program and a website running at the same time.

    If you still don't understand that then you are going to struggle if you're planning to try and create your own system that is similar.
    I can't really think of anything to write here now...

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    Also, this is the first time I've heard a page called a 'panel'... am I missing something?

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    As I understand it, the op is talking about a web based control panel for a game server.
    I can't really think of anything to write here now...

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    They are under no obligation to tell you and you have no right to demand that they do. That still doesn't change the fact that we wouldn't be able to tell you though. You seem to think that you have the 'right' to know from the company OR from us. We here at codingforums have no physical access to the servers or the source code to be able to tell you. You seem to be missing that bit. There is no way that we could see any java applications running on the server, just the php which has already been pointed out to you.
    I'm not demanding an answer from them nor users on this forum, I just wanted to know what they were using, I'm no coder so I just asked a simple question, may not be simple to answer as you've mentioned there is no way of knowing. And the two links I list in my first post are php that I was refereing to, but the last link which I DID NOT state it was php, which was in fact what they said it was.


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