Chief SAS App Officer
SAS Geek with a passion for HTML5 Web Apps.
Data Controller for SAS®
Phil Mason has used SAS a very long time.
He has written lots of papers and a few books about SAS and is currently developing web apps at Lloyds in London.
Separation of front and backend is non-negotiable!
User Journey mapping
Layout / Graphic Design
<script src="https://email@example.com/index.js" integrity="sha256-aO07O1dqIVfURrXrgsYbCxneXml0Q+kMQI/RpGKR3mo=" crossorigin="anonymous"> </script>
Use SubResource Integrity (SRI) hashing to avoid Man-In-The-Middle attacks
A Framework for HTML5 App Development on SAS
SAS Utility Macros for Application Development
Bi-directional data transfer between JS and SAS
Setup, build & deploy SAS projects
|SAS 9||SAS VIYA|
|Stored Processes||Job Execution Service|
|WKS / STP Servers||Compute Server only|
|Client / System Identities||Client / System* Identities|
* System account available with Viya 3.5+
See Documentation. Consider Browser limits (6 connx in chrome)
Send only the data you need to send!
Avoid browser-freeze! When showing tables of data, divide into 'pages' that can be stepped over.
Server side data caching significantly improves the responsiveness for large queries - simply store the output data alongside a hash of the input query
filename _webout cache;
By Allan Bowe