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

>Adam Ratcliffe <> writes:
>>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 
>Don't think anyone is suggesting that you recompile a SWF for each
>>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.


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 Wallez                                  Anyware Technologies 
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