Geoff Caplan wrote: > Henning > > >>I did not work a lot with applications in PHP-GTK until now to say >>something about speed and reliability ( the list may answer those >>questions, i am only working on the translation of the manual for now), >>but I think it's worth a look at, and i know there are already some >>people out there who use it in a commercial environment. >> > > I think PHP-GTK is a great project, but I really do need to create the > interface on the server and send it to some kind of thin client.
It might seem that I am advocating PHP-GTK too much, but even this is possible. PHP-GTK Apps would run on any X or Windows System where you have the GTK Libs and PHP compiled - nothing more needed. I am not shure but it might even be very well that these both together still use less memory than a webbrowser - in RAM and on HD or when beeing fetched over the network at boot time. When really want to write your application in PHP instead of C/C++ or maybe Java I would still consider it better than DHTML. > > I don't know if there is some kind of commercial plugin that does this and > will work with PHP. You can do forms in Flash, and they seem to be stable, > but they are much too slow. What exactly is too slow with flash? dynamical genberation with action script? You could generate your content and data with PHP and display it with flash. henning -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] For additional commands, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To contact the list administrators, e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]