Stack to Flash

Josh Mellicker josh at dvcreators.net
Wed Feb 1 12:50:41 EST 2006


I started developing an app in RoR, because of the easier access to  
"AJAX" technologies, but I'm finding it faster and better to develop  
using a Rev UI.

In this project, it doesn't matter whether the app runs in a browser  
or requires a download.

I am so tired of worrying about how different browsers handle  
different CSS, it is nice to work with a UI that will always look and  
work consistently! Of course, Flash would accomplish the same  
thing... but I find the Flash code needed to pass values back and  
forth to serverside PHP scripts way too cumbersome.


On Jan 31, 2006, at 3:02 PM, Dan Shafer wrote:

> On 1/31/06, Pierre Sahores <psahores at easynet.fr> wrote:
> "About "Ruby on Rails", not sure that the server-side stuff is realy
> complete and solid in about eavy concurrent accesses. It seems not to
> be..."
>
> Pierre....
>
> NO idea what you're basing that assessment on but it's bogus. There
> are some big sites being deployed on Rails and some very complex Web
> apps. Scalability takes fine-tuning but so do all Web apps. I'm not
> interested in starting a detailed discussion about Rails on Rev's
> list, but if you want to discuss this off-list, feel free to email me.
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