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[whatwg] about rich internat applications

From: Brad Neuberg <bkn3@columbia.edu>
Date: Tue, 08 Jun 2004 09:36:20 -0700
Message-ID: <6.1.0.6.2.20040608093503.02e8e708@pop.mail.yahoo.com>
Using the existing state of the web app specs, can you give a code example 
of what it might be like to work with them?  I think working from code 
examples is a good way to make a spec so as to ensure normal programmers 
can understand and work with them!  A spec might have a great theoretical 
model but be a pain to work with when you actually start coding.

Brad Neuberg

At 02:04 AM 6/8/2004, Ian Hickson wrote:
>On Tue, 8 Jun 2004, Dean Edwards wrote:
> >
> > i'm kind of interested in what technologies will be involved, timescales
> > etc. there isn't much information on the web site apart from the spec.
> > is it too early for this kind of discussion?
>
>Timescales:
>
>    Web Forms: we'll probably publish a snapshot of this spec as a
>    call-for-comments shortly.
>
>    Web Apps: I'll be going through the ideas given so far on this and
>    integrating them into a draft proposal. Once this has reached a semi-
>    stable stage, we'll do a call-for-comments and start addressing
>    specific concerns.
>
>    Web Controls: This probably won't be worked on until Web Apps has
>    reached a stage similar to Web Forms today.
>
>    Other specs: no work has yet been considered.
>
>Not really sure what you mean by what technologies will be involved. The
>above three specs are basically HTML (or XHTML), DOM and CSS -based, with
>some use of XML and HTTP and other core technologies as appropriate.
>
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