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- Posted by: Frank Charles
- Posted on: July 19 2004 08:56 EDT
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dont we have flash doing that too ?
why are companies like Adobe, MAcromedia Flash getting into this server side market. Who really would like to have one more layer between browser and app server. why make it complex ??
also is it a good design to make ur view attached to a web service or a database or xml schema directly. ? why r we going back to bad design again ????
Macromedia Flex is very expensive. So Adobe tries to beat Macromedia on price. These tools are about building a rich client. Sometimes HTML is just not enough or too simpel to build a usable client interface.