lgonze at panix.com
Thu Mar 31 10:41:01 PST 2005
To my mind SVG is the answer to the wrong question. The plugins that make
a difference will sit right on the trust boundary, helping clients and
servers to manage trust interactions and then getting out of the way.
For example, a plugin which did nothing but make file uploads secure and
dependable for both servers and clients would have a profound impact. The
value is in bridging.
On Thu, 31 Mar 2005, Ken Meltsner wrote:
> Some of the original SVG demos from Adobe included HTTP requests --
> If deployment were broader, I'd think that SVG would be a good
> alternative to Flash for "rich" internet apps -- it's scriptable,
> easily generated, can make its own HTTP requests, etc. Once again,
> the issue is installed base (mostly Adobe SVG 3.0, with some running
> the later, somewhat incompatible, beta viewer) for me.
> On Thu, 31 Mar 2005 12:28:55 +0200, Eugen Leitl <eugen at leitl.org> wrote:
>> On Wed, Mar 30, 2005 at 11:22:32AM -0800, Jim Whitehead wrote:
>>> The other difference is that KnowNow never developed a catchy name for the
>>> underlying technology.
>> Has anyone used SVG in an AJAX setting? (You probably all are aware that
>> latest Opera beta has native tinySVG support, and SVG support has been in
>> *zilla source tree for a while already).
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