[Seaside] A Seaside2 application for SVG clients
Klaus D. Witzel
klaus.witzel at cobss.com
Sun Aug 5 22:01:17 UTC 2007
with only a handful of methods it was possible to create a prototype
Seaside2 application which serves SVG clients. Many thanks to all
the Seaside developers which have put in such a lot of effort to make it
so easy for new applications and developers :)
The next logical step is to make a canvas for SVG, like the one which
exists for HTML. So may I ask,
o are there any do's and dont's for a Seaside renderer/canvas
o is there anything you would have done completely different,
if you could start all over again (without any backward compatibility)
o if at some point in time #callback: would be added,
are there any drawbacks, things to be aware of ahead of time
o any other comment or suggestion, all appreciated
Does some effects on the builtin Seaside top.jpg image.
 Firefox and Opera support SVG, Firefox only to "some" extent.
Opera even supports the Ajax script.
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