>> Out of interest... why does ZK marketing material never mention HTML5?
Speculating here, but probably because it doesn't use HTML 5 tags at all, - everything I saw on their site indicates it's an AJAX solution using an older version of HTML. Jason Merrill Instructional Technology Architect II Bank of America Global Learning _______________________ From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of John Fletcher Sent: Tuesday, January 17, 2012 3:59 AM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [flexcoders] Re: Flex alternatives Out of interest... why does ZK marketing material never mention HTML5? They used to say "direct RIA" though I can't see that on the site anymore. I thought HTML5 was the new buzzword and that it would make sense to state it at least 3 times on every page? John 2012/1/17 Ron G <rgri...@sinclairoil.com<mailto:rgri...@sinclairoil.com>> Hi Joaoak: You can make the coupling as tight or loose as you want. Each UI object can have a client side widget that is primarily the appearance, and a server side component that should contain the more complex logic. So, you can hide as much as want by placing it in the server side component as Java code, or keep in the client side widget as JS. In fact, since you indicate you are moving to HTML5, ZKoss actually might be a good choice, since it relies heavily on jQuery, which is considered a favorite HTML5 library. The difference is ZK lets you choose where client side logic is stored - as JS on the client or Java on the server. Another type of HTML5 approach won't offer that. Ron ---------------------------------------------------------------------- This message w/attachments (message) is intended solely for the use of the intended recipient(s) and may contain information that is privileged, confidential or proprietary. If you are not an intended recipient, please notify the sender, and then please delete and destroy all copies and attachments, and be advised that any review or dissemination of, or the taking of any action in reliance on, the information contained in or attached to this message is prohibited. Unless specifically indicated, this message is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of any investment products or other financial product or service, an official confirmation of any transaction, or an official statement of Sender. Subject to applicable law, Sender may intercept, monitor, review and retain e-communications (EC) traveling through its networks/systems and may produce any such EC to regulators, law enforcement, in litigation and as required by law. The laws of the country of each sender/recipient may impact the handling of EC, and EC may be archived, supervised and produced in countries other than the country in which you are located. This message cannot be guaranteed to be secure or free of errors or viruses. References to "Sender" are references to any subsidiary of Bank of America Corporation. Securities and Insurance Products: * Are Not FDIC Insured * Are Not Bank Guaranteed * May Lose Value * Are Not a Bank Deposit * Are Not a Condition to Any Banking Service or Activity * Are Not Insured by Any Federal Government Agency. Attachments that are part of this EC may have additional important disclosures and disclaimers, which you should read. This message is subject to terms available at the following link: http://www.bankofamerica.com/emaildisclaimer. By messaging with Sender you consent to the foregoing.