WEB 2.0 and iPhone Dev
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Tue Jun 26 11:16:52 CDT 2007
> Richard Gaskin a *crit :
>> jbv wrote:
>> > A good compromise would be to have transcript implemented inside a browser;
>> > then HTML + CSS + Transcript would be a much more exciting approach...
>> In principle, yes. In practice, maybe not so much:
> yes, I know this plugin idea has been already discussed at length, and frankly I'm not
> 100% sure I know what I'm talking about, but I've always had the feeling that an open
> source browser project like Firefox could have been a good opportunity to introduce
> Transcript as an alternative to js. Of course, it should have been available in the
> downloadable package from the beginning. Only FF users would have benefit this
> plugin, but at least it would have attracted attention to Transcript for millions of FF
> users (or at least a large portion of them).
If the Rev engine were open source this might begin to become a possibility.
But in the meantime, as a plugin the main barriers aren't technical but
social/psychological, as my notes at the referenced link outlined.
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