The one benefit to having an on-device application is for background
polling and notifications.

On 8/13/10 11:08 PM, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky wrote:
> On second thought, though, given the rapidity at which Twitter is
> deploying new features to via "standard" Javascript
> libraries, maybe there's a future for a pure Javascript in-browser
> open source Twitter client, which I think could run in the Android
> browser. You really only need a "server" if you're going to do more
> sophisticated MVC stuff, and some of the Javascript frameworks, like
> Sproutcore, can even do that. 

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