Building a web page on the ARMweb is much like any other web server. An HTML web page is ftp'd to the ARMweb, and it can communicate to a BASIC program running on the ARMweb. The BASIC program can be controlling attached devices. Control or data can be fed back through the web page interface. All sources for this example are at www.coridiumcorp.com/files/WebBASIC.zip
No special tools to compile your page, just upload it to the ARMweb. Here the 2 files used for the web page, the main HTML and the banner image.
Interact with a BASIC program running on the ARMweb
The web page can send data to the ARMweb using CGI that can be read in your BASIC program. It can parse these requests and perform various actions. This allows you to control an ARMweb across the room or anywhere on the internet.
Your Web application running on an ARMweb
This is what will appear on the web, served by the ARMweb.