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Tom Sawyer (transami / transami.net) wrote:

> perhaps its time to move to the next level. not try to strong arm anyone =
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> supporting rubyScript in the browser, etc, etc. the future i think is in=
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> making a new browser, with better markup then HTML and easily plugable=20
> client-side scripting (a la GIMP), and not dumbing down the power. imagin=
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> would be sweet. HTML is getting so old hat. thus the likes of Flash, but=
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> Macromedia in there super wisdom created ActionScript (Javacrap++).

Oh, you mean like Mozilla's GRE (Gecko Runtime Environment) and Ruby
XPCom bindings (http://rbxpcom.mozdev.org) for writing cross-platform
apps you can serve over the web. :) :)

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Tom Sawyer (transami / transami.net) wrote:

> perhaps its time to move to the next level. not try to strong arm anyone =
into=20
> supporting rubyScript in the browser, etc, etc. the future i think is in=
=20
> making a new browser, with better markup then HTML and easily plugable=20
> client-side scripting (a la GIMP), and not dumbing down the power. imagin=
e=20
> how great it would be if we had Ruby on the client side and server side=
=20
> talking dynamically and throwing up new fangled markup on the fly. now th=
at=20
> would be sweet. HTML is getting so old hat. thus the likes of Flash, but=
=20
> Macromedia in there super wisdom created ActionScript (Javacrap++).

Oh, you mean like Mozilla's GRE (Gecko Runtime Environment) and Ruby
XPCom bindings (http://rbxpcom.mozdev.org) for writing cross-platform
apps you can serve over the web. :) :)

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Eric Hodel - drbrain / segment7.net - http://segment7.net
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