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RedOctober:
I'm looking to build my next web-app using the Brook Framework, but the documentation site is unreachable. 
I'd like the official "Getting Started" documents to start reading up how to use it.
I have already installed the latest Brook framework (2018-May-09 version) using the Online Package Manager just a few minutes ago.

https://brookframework.org/doc/index.html

I can only find really old posts by Silvio Cl├ęcio in the forum.

Zoran:
See:
https://github.com/silvioprog/brookframework/issues/148

RedOctober:
Hi Zoran, thanks.  I now have the reference docs.  I'm wondering if there is a "How to get started" book somewhere, especially for the most recent stable version (3.9.9). 

Platform:  Windows Server 2016 Essentials, Lazarus 1.8.2, FPC 3.0.4

I was able to load the chat demo, I click Run and a window quickly flashes and disappears before I can read it.  Not sure what is wrong, or where to go next. 

Also, I need Brook to connect to the Firebird RDBMS.  Does anyone know if that's possible? 

valdir.marcos:

--- Quote from: RedOctober on May 26, 2018, 01:24:37 am ---Also, I need Brook to connect to the Firebird RDBMS.  Does anyone know if that's possible?
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Yes.
https://www.firebirdnews.org/brook-a-new-web-framework-for-freepascallazarus-with-firebird-support/

Leledumbo:

--- Quote from: RedOctober on May 26, 2018, 01:24:37 am ---Also, I need Brook to connect to the Firebird RDBMS.  Does anyone know if that's possible?

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Brook is not tied to any DB libraries nor it has its own. You are free to use anything that can connect to any DBMS. Well, Silvio did develop the now abandoned dOPF (but I still use and extend it) which is a little OPF with SQLdb backend (but the structure should allow you to write another backend) so you might want to use that. Using SQLdb directly is also possible, you just need to do it by hand instead of drag n drop-ing component.

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