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  1. #1
    Jack Jian Guest

    UI on Web from MS


    Hi all Buddi,

    MS provides the perfect framework for enterprise software development with
    many productive development tools/plateforms, but I am just wondering why
    MS did not provide a good way to contruct UI on the browser? only depends
    HTML/DHTML/OCX? that's not a scalible solution for a full-featured huge web
    based application. currently the only good way I found is to use MS VM hosting
    a java applet on a broswer, then use anything you like as the middleware
    or DAC thru the http.

    so any other good ideas about that? from pure MS technoligies?

    thanks!
    Jack

  2. #2
    Patrice Scribe Guest

    Re: UI on Web from MS

    http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...us/dnadvnet/ht
    ml/vbnet10142001.asp

    but you have to use a .NET enabled Microsoft OS instead of a Java VM...

    Patrice

    "Jack Jian" <szrichy@163.net> a écrit dans le message news:
    3c2234b9$1@147.208.176.211...
    >
    > Hi all Buddi,
    >
    > MS provides the perfect framework for enterprise software development with
    > many productive development tools/plateforms, but I am just wondering why
    > MS did not provide a good way to contruct UI on the browser? only depends
    > HTML/DHTML/OCX? that's not a scalible solution for a full-featured huge

    web
    > based application. currently the only good way I found is to use MS VM

    hosting
    > a java applet on a broswer, then use anything you like as the middleware
    > or DAC thru the http.
    >
    > so any other good ideas about that? from pure MS technoligies?
    >
    > thanks!
    > Jack




  3. #3
    Jack Jian Guest

    Re: UI on Web from MS



    Hi, Patrice

    thanks for your article! but i don't think that's a good way to develop huge
    application, from the point of my view, it's even a ugly way to deploy product
    app.

    thanks,
    Jack


    "Patrice Scribe" <scribe@chez.com> wrote:
    >http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...us/dnadvnet/ht
    >ml/vbnet10142001.asp
    >
    >but you have to use a .NET enabled Microsoft OS instead of a Java VM...
    >
    >Patrice
    >
    >"Jack Jian" <szrichy@163.net> a écrit dans le message news:
    >3c2234b9$1@147.208.176.211...
    >>
    >> Hi all Buddi,
    >>
    >> MS provides the perfect framework for enterprise software development

    with
    >> many productive development tools/plateforms, but I am just wondering

    why
    >> MS did not provide a good way to contruct UI on the browser? only depends
    >> HTML/DHTML/OCX? that's not a scalible solution for a full-featured huge

    >web
    >> based application. currently the only good way I found is to use MS VM

    >hosting
    >> a java applet on a broswer, then use anything you like as the middleware
    >> or DAC thru the http.
    >>
    >> so any other good ideas about that? from pure MS technoligies?
    >>
    >> thanks!
    >> Jack

    >
    >



  4. #4
    Patrice Scribe Guest

    Re: UI on Web from MS

    We won't use .NET soon but it seems to me an interesting way to deploy in
    house applications on our corporate intranet (actually it's more in contrast
    with a usual Win32 application rather than a Java applet). Though your
    scenario seems to be pretty much different, I would be interested in earing
    the reasons behind this point of view.

    Thanks in advance.

    Patrice

    "Jack Jian" <szrichy@163.net> a écrit dans le message news:
    3c2ca348$1@147.208.176.211...
    >
    >
    > Hi, Patrice
    >
    > thanks for your article! but i don't think that's a good way to develop

    huge
    > application, from the point of my view, it's even a ugly way to deploy

    product
    > app.
    >
    > thanks,
    > Jack





  5. #5
    Vlad Ivanov Guest

    Re: UI on Web from MS


    Thats so cool.

    Guy #1: "According to me - your way of doing things sucks. Coz i said so
    - and credentials like that don't need any factual support. So there."

    Guy #2: "Good opinion. Looking forward to your reasons for such unfavoring
    view. Please share. Thank you in advance!"

    Tee hee :-)

    I am like a freaking caveman - no graceful "TIA" in my mind. The first reply
    i could think of was "STFU STFD frenchie - you were just a waste of my time".
    Patrice is like a god of diplomacy and manners to me :-)

    No, i don't have a point.

    > Though your
    >scenario seems to be pretty much different, I would be interested in earing
    >the reasons behind this point of view.
    >
    >Thanks in advance.
    >
    >Patrice
    >
    >"Jack Jian" <szrichy@163.net> a écrit dans le message news:
    >3c2ca348$1@147.208.176.211...
    >>
    >>
    >> Hi, Patrice
    >>
    >> thanks for your article! but i don't think that's a good way to develop

    >huge
    >> application, from the point of my view, it's even a ugly way to deploy

    >product
    >> app.
    >>
    >> thanks,
    >> Jack

    >
    >
    >



  6. #6
    Kunle Odutola Guest

    Re: UI on Web from MS


    "Vlad Ivanov" <nomail@nomail.com> wrote in message
    news:3c331a79$1@147.208.176.211...
    >
    > Thats so cool.
    >
    > Guy #1: "According to me - your way of doing things sucks. Coz i said so
    > - and credentials like that don't need any factual support. So there."
    >
    > Guy #2: "Good opinion. Looking forward to your reasons for such unfavoring
    > view. Please share. Thank you in advance!"
    >
    > Tee hee :-)
    >
    > I am like a freaking caveman - no graceful "TIA" in my mind. The first

    reply
    > i could think of was "STFU STFD frenchie - you were just a waste of my

    time".
    > Patrice is like a god of diplomacy and manners to me :-)
    >
    > No, i don't have a point.


    ROFL!

    Kunle



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