WhizBase is the friendly middleman between your database where you keep your data and the web where you need it to be!
Sounds nice, but does it work?
Here's an example code:
In WYSIWYG HTML editor it looks like this:
And this is what output of this script may be:
Since all WBSP code is processed on the server, the visitors receive only the
results of the script and have no idea what code was used to generate the page.
If you configure WBSP on your server to process files with extension HTM, there
is no way your visitors can know what's powering your site.
The great thing about the WBSP is that it can be used to produce really impressive results with only few WBSP instructions included in HTML, and still it can also be used to build a really complex web-based applications. We strongly believe that anyone can produce useful results in less than 30 minutes.