[dojo-contributors] Re: Figuring out what Dojo needs to become. A few questions.
jkuhnert at gmail.com
Thu Dec 28 18:30:55 EST 2006
Those are nice features I think. I guess I'm looking at it more like
if I had to stake Dojo's future on doing ~one~ thing really well out
-) normal html
I'd go with html. (i've never had much like with going to production
with the same content being served on mobile/normal browsers in an
intuitive way anyways - at least not if it's an application you expect
people to use in a mobile environment on a daily basis)
On 12/28/06, Jon Sykes <jon.sykes at media-hive.com> wrote:
> As a flip to that, I always liked the fact that Dojo widgets acted as
> a garnish to existing functional code. It sits nicely with my
> progressive enhancement hat wearing. I love the fact that you can
> build a functional web page that works in almost every browser, PDA,
> etc, and then add the flourishes and richness by add OOTB widgets or
> custom made widgets.
> If you start outputting full widget HTML and then worrying about
> degradation in browsers with no JS you run in issues where it won't
> degrade gracefully.
> Jon Sykes
Tapestry/Dojo team member/developer
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