See your Netscape representative for information on availability of LiveWire for Macintosh.A version of LiveWire for the Macintosh is also available, but because there is no Netscape server for the MacOS, you cannot run applications. However, you can use Site Manager, and you can use the LiveWire compiler to create applications to be run on another platform with a Netscape server.
http://home.netscape.com/eng/LiveWire/relnotesEach platform has a separate file, for example,
win-1.0.htmlfor Windows NT.
http://server.domain/path/file.htmlIn these URLs, server represents the name of the server on which you are running LiveWire, such as "
www," and domain represents your Internet domain name, such as "
uiuc.edu." In general, items in italics in URLs are variables, and items in normal Courier font are literals. This book uses the following typographical conventions:
if (x == 3) doSomething()