|Ajax GUI more powerful thanJava/Swing GUI [message #600569]
|Fri, 26 May 2006 11:19
Originally posted by: ashokjain3.yahoo.com
Do you aware of or know how the following new inventions work? The
inventions sound terrific and simple.
Although it is discussed for SVG, Pioneer-soft says the technology works
for DHTML or any other XML graphics technologies (e.g. MXML/Flash or
Vista/XAML). They have few DHTML examples to prove it, but seem to be not
keen on DHTML, since they may be targeting to get defense contracts for 2D
and 3D real-time simulations or commend & control systems.
When I did little search, a web page showed up that shows the US Navy
evaluating this technology. You could find the web page by searching for
ATRB pioneer-soft. Every other company in the list is multi billion
dollar defense contractors, but Pioneer-soft is a one-man operation.
Since hosting the technology on the web site couple of months ago and
publicly challenging the world prove them wrong, the web site slowing
gaining momentum turning up in first 3 pages for many Ajax GUI searches.
It is just matter of time before big guys like Google or Microsoft notice
I request Eclips.org to evaluate the technology and see, if it fits the
needs or offer some new ideas. The web site has couple of great ideas.
Even it turns out not the way Eclipse wish to go, it is worth evaluating
the technology and knowing potential options.
The Ajax GUI Classes are more flexible and simpler to create than
Java/Swing GUI classes.
The web site argues that, if the GUI Widgets are better, then it is
possible to build even better GUI applications. It has many examples to
support it. If they create enough examples, it is not too hard to make the
argument stick. I think, many SVG developers are already convinced.
I hope Eclipse.org properly evaluate this to see, if great developers can
do even better. Otherwise, IBM may get a license for the patents. While
they are still small, and they seams to be more interested in defense
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