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The idea is to make code not available for humans to read.
My current situation:
I am creating a web application primarily on JS and ajax. So the problem is the whole source code will be available for users to download.
So I want something which does not allow to access the source code.
So I guess flash is also ruled out as the swf file or video file can be decompiled?
So what else can I do to save my intellectual property???
So... HTML is ruled out as it's source code too. That kind of excludes a web application.
posted 8 years ago
Paul Clapham wrote:So... HTML is ruled out as it's source code too. That kind of excludes a web application.
Hahahaha.... Nice point Paul...
No I actually meant to ask the following:
I have written a JS applicaion which is completely in JS.
JS does the following:
- - Page layout, animation and display (dnd slide-in/slide-out etc...)
- - Calculations like date, time and age
- - Validations like email, date format other form based restrictions
- - Image modification
- - Post the form attributes to the backend
Now the back-end just does database operations like select, insert, delete and update based on the form in the UI
So practicvally the application is in JS and ajax.
So, practically the user has access to the full source code.
So, is there any technology JAVA, .NET, flash, javaFx or anything that would help me acheive the samething???
like the points i've mentioned above???
Thanks in advnce for taking time to read and answer this......
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