Yes, the answer you got was “At the moment there is no easy API answer, you’ll have to wait” (paraphrasing). I think, though, that @happybeing probably could have given you a pretty good guess as to how to structure your app, so you could at least have an idea of how to build it.
Of course it is. It doesn’t mean that it’s a good idea though
Well, looking at @happybeing 's request for info:
I can only guess at this, but I think he was meaning “Are you trying to build a web service that will be hosted on the current WWW, or are you trying to build something else that will be entirely on SAFE?”. Because those are two different things. I really believe that he was sincerely trying to help you.
Anyway, I hope you keep an open mind to @happybeing. Good luck with what you’re trying to do, I hope you succeed.
I didn’t think it was a war. I was just giving my opinion, and hoping that @alinakipoglu would see some sense.
I’m a programmer myself, and, assuming @alinakipoglu wanted to build a simple non-SAFE web application, then his question becomes quite straight-forward. But I think what @happybeing was getting at, was whether it was going to be a backend for a standard web service, or a backend for a SAFE app.
Yes, this, and why I don’t think people should call each other trolls for no good reason.