In addition to inserting graphics into a web page, Run BASIC's RENDER statement can now be used to insert a module into a web page. We have this in a rough state now. It does work, but we need to iron out a couple of things.
What is this useful for? You can now create different parts of your web application as separate programs. You load them in and render them into the page. You can also control them using their own functions.
For example you might have a blog application with different parts of the page rendered by their own modules:
- Navigation bar
- Archive outline
By using the DIV and CSS statements, the modules can be formatted on the web page in an attractive and useful way.