OpenMoko light web server
Matthew S. Hamrick
mhamrick at cryptonomicon.net
Tue Apr 17 19:42:01 CEST 2007
Yup. That's been my experience as well.
I think a lot of it has to do with HTML providing a rendering model
that is "good enough" as opposed to "perfectable. That allows you to
focus on the info model and data flow.
Not to mention the fact that you don't have to grok these huge class
libraries to make web apps...
I spent a little bit of time playing with RubyCocoa and RubyOnRails.
I did notice that the rails framework was much easier to wrap one's
On Apr 17, 2007, at 8:26 AM, Rory McCann wrote:
> Matthew S. Hamrick said the following on 16/04/07 18:11:
>> At first people rejected the idea as being "silly." I mean seriously,
>> why would you ever want to put a web server on an embedded device,
> One of the advantages of web applications vs desktop applications
> is that you
> can make some kind of web applications much quicker than with desktop
> applications. We've all seen those 'Make a blog in 20 minutes with
> $WEB_FRAMEWORK', everything from the databases to the GUI is quite
> simple to set
> up and get going.
> Kiwi (http://www.async.com.br/projects/kiwi) for pygtk comes close
> to this on
> the desktop.
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