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[whatwg] What improves Web applications?

From: Nigel McFarlane <nrm@kingtide.com.au>
Date: Thu, 26 Aug 2004 11:43:00 +1000
Message-ID: <412D4024.6090704@kingtide.com.au>

>For the keyboard: word processing speed - maximum typing rate.
>>For the mouse:  graphic design speed - leaping between palettes

> Ok, so why wouldn't Web apps offer that kind of experience?

As I said in my last email, a suitable proper subset
of HTML is probably at least one requirement for such
experiences, since 'tabula rasa' HTML doesn't make
any guarantees about user experiences.

That's not an observation about new tags, however, which
is the key issue here. It's rather an observation about
which new or old tags are worthy candidates for specific
styles of apps. That probably neatly classifies this thread
as OT.

- N.

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