In article <3C6FDA1C.4010008 / sevainc.com>,
Michael Davis  <mdavis / sevainc.com> wrote:
>Horacio Lopez wrote:
>
>I am very interested in Locana:)  I am trying to get the HTML interface 
>to Locana ready for release.  Having some difficulty getting the HTML 
>events back to Ruby.  It is my opinion that Locana is missing a lot of 
>necessary features for it to be considered a good API.  I intend to 
>remedy this over the next few months.  If anyone has any suggestions on 
>how to make the interface more appealing, I would love to explore them.
>
>I prefer the 2nd option becuase it allows me to write code once and run 
>in the platform that is most suitable for the applicate.  My initial 
>intent with Locana was to create an interace tha would run on my PC and 
>be able to publish it on the web with no additional coding.  The idea is 
>that most shops have a lot of users that need some access to data and 
>some power users that need a lot of access to data.  The casual users 
>could use the HTML interface (Ruby and Locana are not needed on these 
>computers) and the power users can install Ruby and Locana to get the 
>nicer interface.
>

I really like that Locana also generates HTML GUIs (or will soon) as well 
as targetting the various GUI toolkits.  I am planning to take a look at 
Locana soon for this very reason.

Phil