What is this?
jsLogSearch is an amateur radio logbook search form which can be included in a web page (much like an applet) for on-line logbook searches without the aid of a database server.
What's so special about it?
jsLogSearch has some very interesting characteristics:
What's the current version?
Is this the final product?
At the moment jsLogSearch is liable to testing and further development and as such doesn't meet the characteristics of a final product. Some plans for enhancements are under consideration in the to to do list.
Can I use it in my web page?
Even though jsLogSearch is under testing, if you are a licensed amateur radio station, you are encouraged to try it out in your web pages for your own on-line logbook searches. Warning: THERE IS NO WARRANTY for using the jsLogSearch program.
How much does it cost for using it in my web page?
There is no cost for using jsLogSearch as far as it is used solely for radio amateur purposes and the user doesn't profit from it in anyway (directly or indirectly).
How can I give any feedback?
I will appreciate any feedback (by e-mail) of potential users and I will be happy to provide any aditional information for exploiting jsLogSearch. Comments and ideas for extensions and enhancements are readily accepted.
Last Page Update: 27 Jan 2007 by Vagelis