[Lazarus] The future of desktop

Andrew Brunner atbrunner at aurawin.com
Thu Nov 28 18:16:08 CET 2013

That's over-simplifying the landscape.  There is so much tweaking that 
has to happen to make apps have a similar "look and feel" across all 
HTML devices.  Spacial adaptations need to be considered as well.

HTML is not destroying itself.  I still use raw text to write HTML5 
apps.  If you organize your app code into components it makes for easier 
comprehension and review down the road.

On 11/28/2013 10:55 AM, Dmitry Boyarintsev wrote:
> The sad thing about HTML that it is destroying itself..
> A web-framework consists of probably 4 tags:
> <div> (everything is a div)
> <a> (just for browser look)
> <input type=hidden> (and yes, every other control is just a div, 
> rather than an input)
> <img> is to be replace by <canvas>
> Forms are being used just as an ad-hoc data sending mechanism. No-one 
> relies on browser implementation (due to the war), just write its own 
> JS engine.

Andrew Brunner

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