pyg at galatea.org
Tue Aug 9 07:34:00 EDT 2005
Richard Morris writes:
> Richard Morris wrote:
> > Bear Kaufmann wrote:
> >>Hi everyone,
> >>As Chad mentioned I'll be out of town for a week.
> >>Congrat's on the new release. I'll take look more in depth on my return.
> >>I've found a rather accessible system (Processing) that looks promising
> >>to develop a "Rich Client" in.
> >>It's in Java, which can be a bit of the hog of system resources, so I'm
> >>wondering how the system responds on different systems.
> >>So if you have a moment, could you look at one example, and see if it
> >>runs OK in your environment?
> Ah I see you ment http://processing.org/
> From what I can see its mainly focused towards vector graphics and adds
> a simple layer on top of java. Could be kind of useful but does miss a
> lot a necessary features, client-server communication, interface
> elements etc.
Re: rich client communication with server. I was envisioning this
would be xml-rpc which Java supports. The only criteria is that the
platform be open enough so that we can put our xm-rpc hooks in.
> Maybe we should start the other way round. Rather than "what could we do
> with this framework", perhaphs focus on "what would we want to do with
> rich client" and then work out which framework would best suit our needs.
> Rich - babbling nonsense as ususual
> p.s. yes it runs OK, Firefox - Win98
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