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From Sylvain Wallez <sylv...@apache.org>
Subject Re: rich clients in Flash with Cocoon?
Date Fri, 08 Oct 2004 06:39:37 GMT
Hunsberger, Peter wrote:

>Adam Ratcliffe <adam@mrigitech.com> writes:
>
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>
>>This sounded to me like they were using Cocoon as an XML data 
>>source for binding to a Laszlo dataset requiring no 
>>integration of the technologies.
>>
>>While a Laszlo serializer would certainly be interesting I 
>>imagine that recompiling the SWF for each request would hurt 
>>performance.  
>>    
>>
>
>Don't think anyone is suggesting that you recompile a SWF for each
>request.
>
>  
>
>>One of the key advantages I see in using RIA 
>>technologies like Laszlo is that you get a continuous user 
>>interface without the need to keep going back to the server 
>>to get new pages.  A precompiled SWF calling back to Cocoon 
>>for XML data would seem to be able to do that today.
>>    
>>
>
>We could in theory have a couple 100 different SWF's many of which are
>slight variations on each other.  We'd generate the Laszlo source for
>them from Cocoon, customized for each user as needed and then send the
>resultant compiled SWF over to the client.  Those SWF would then hang
>around on the client bouncing XML back and forth with Cocoon.
>  
>

Exactly.

And the produced SWF data would be stored in the Cocoon cache, thus 
avoiding recreating them from scratch each time a particular SWF is 
requested. Just as we already do today with all other formats.

Sylvain

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