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Re: New draft MWABP (17th Sept 09)

From: Eduardo Casais <casays@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 22 Sep 2009 01:32:13 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <181406.83290.qm@web45014.mail.sp1.yahoo.com>
To: public-bpwg@w3.org
A quick scan (mainly for the issues discussed recently).

3.5.10 Consider Use of Canvas Tag or SVG For Dynamic Graphics

I presume there will be still a short review of what you
included or left out in the draft from previous comments,
but one things struck me:
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In most cases Canvas is faster and should be preferred if
it meets requirements.
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Do you have any new information about the performance
advantage of Canvas? Jeff stated explicitly he was not
able to determine how SVG and Canvas compared in this
respect.


3.6.1 Prefer Server-Side Detection Where Possible

In the subsection "3.6.1.2 How to do it", you can shorten
the text from:
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In its most basic form, the minimum evidence from the client device is the HTTP Accept header field. 

In practice, this evidence is insufficient to determine the key properties that will help to select/adapt the content appropriately, so additional header fields or other sources of information should be considered. Typically, the following header fields provide evidence of device capabilities:
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to:
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In its most basic form, the minimum evidence from the client device is the HTTP request header. 

Typically, the following header fields provide evidence of device capabilities:
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Since anyway the entire HTTP header is available to the
server, and the discussion examines the Accept field as
well the other important fields.


E.Casais


      
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