Registered: Mar, 2006
Re: The Two Roads to Ajax
Posted: Aug 25, 2006 4:19 PM
> But it's not the same.
> Yeah, and your point is?
Is Java getting real closures? Probably, but why only examples of things that could have been done with anonymous classes?
> It doesn't have to be limited to anything. It's
> primarily used in the browser.
> likely is that people don't like switching languages, and
> to give developers a toolkit that feels like traditional
> thick clients.
> Haskell has a lot of scary features for someone that
> hasn't used them.
> I wouldn't put either in my list of favorites.
> Great, but doesn't really have anything to do with my
> point - which was that if the flash 9 VM has the chops to
> handle a subset of Java, then that would only expand
> developer interest in the platform.
Not everything I say has something to do with your point.
> We'll wait for WPF/E to hit the streets and then it'll be
> a whole new ballgame.
Sorry, it's late here.