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Re: Implementations of bindings for popular browsers

From: Charles Pritchard <chuck@jumis.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Nov 2011 16:42:21 -0800
Message-Id: <1E22A720-500F-4E70-920A-99034D245F7A@jumis.com>
Cc: "www-dom@w3.org" <www-dom@w3.org>
To: "plc@ColorMyData.com" <plc@ColorMyData.com>
Patrick, I'm happy to help, but it sounds like you're not quite focused.

The TypedArray spec includes byte arrays. JS includes all of the bitwise operators you've listed. Those have nothing to do with DOM.


-Charles


On Nov 17, 2011, at 4:38 PM, Patrick Campbell <plc@ColorMyData.com> wrote:

> On 11/16/2011 3:15 PM, Charles Pritchard wrote:
>> On 11/16/11 12:27 PM, Robin Berjon wrote:
>>> On Nov 16, 2011, at 18:42 , Patrick Campbell wrote:
>>>> I'm looking for implementations of the Java binding for the Document Object Model for IE, Firefox, Opera, Safari etc.
>>>> so I don't have to use Javascript.  Do they even exist ?
>>> Don't take this the wrong way, but for usage in browsers, forget it. Take the time to learn JS, it's a lovely language :)
>>> 
>> I'm not sure I understand Patrick's request, but GWT seems to be the popular Java-not-JavaScript method.
>> http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/
>> 
> Thank you Charles, thank you Robin
> My interest is in creating dashboards for real-time systems where transactions use byte arrays; not strings.
> Javascript is nice if you want to do things with text but it does not support logical operators (and, or, xor, shift left, shift right) or byte arrays.  Java does.
> After doing some further reading, I learned that if I want cross-browser compatibility (and I do)  I'm stuck with Javascript and Ajax
> and will use a simple workaround.
> 
> Patrick
> <plc.vcf>
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