Wednesday, December 28th, 2005

RIFE/Laszlo 1.3.1 released

Category: Flash

<p>Geert Bevin and the rifers recently released RIFE 1.3.1, and they just released RIFE/Laszlo 1.3.1, a companion piece.

RIFE is getting a lot of press in the Java community as it is a totally different way to do Web, and allows you to have a continuations-based approach (a la Seaside).

RIFE/Laszlo gives you a jump start for building rich internet apps with RIFE as the server, and Laszlo as the rich client.

What is OpenLaszlo?

OpenLaszlo applications are written in XML and JavaScript — just like DHTML, but portable across browsers. An OpenLaszlo application can be as short as a single source file, or factored into multiple files that define reusable classes and libraries.

What is even cooler about this is that the OpenLaszlo folk are going to be targetting Ajax as an output (vs. swf).

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It great idea

Comment by wahono — January 7, 2006

[...] Back in December we discussed how Laszlo was going to target Ajax as well as Flash. Several people wrote in to tell us that yesterday, Laszlo released a demo of their Ajax renderer. [...]

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