challenge to Kevin and Bill
david at opntech.com
Thu Jun 25 09:08:59 CDT 2009
Thanks Kevin, good to know XML is there, and hope you can look at
The reason for this is that the world of the web-app has already moved a
long way in terms of AJAX and Flash widgets living together and talking to
web services. Stand-alone Rev plugins that are not able to interact with the
AJAX based widgets on a page are always going to be second class citizens,
and not serious contenders in any development process.
On the other hand if a developer can use Rev to rapidly develop plugins
which talk to other developers work or to existing open source widgets (take
YUI widgets as an example), then a much stronger argument can be made for
developing widgets with a new plugin.
All of the web apps that i'm planning would want to sit on a page / enhance
the working of an existing AJAX application - that is they would provide
enhanced functionality. And of course we all get will some much more
impressive demos of RunRev based web apps :)
2009/6/25 Kevin Miller <kevin at runrev.com>
> > the plugin = ie as you can with the QuickTime plugin - assumption =
> Not in 4.0 anyway.
> > 4. Will it be possible somehow for the Plugin to interact with the DOM
> > For the last 2 questions you might want to refer to:
> > - How to get Flash to interact with web page using external
> > here<
> will make it into the first version (4.0) at this point.
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