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I am in the process of installing formsPlayer. I have been corresponding
with some one from formsPlayer. It sounds like formsPlayer will fit my
needs. I was told that formsPlayer was used to develop an application on
a laptop using Oracle Lite. I plan to use Oracle Lite on a PDA,
hopefully this will work the same as a laptop.
Thank you and the rest of the people on this listserv for their input on
"its not over until you win"
Oracle Certified Professional
From: Carlo Innocenti [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, January 31, 2006 9:43 AM
To: Elliotte Harold
Cc: XML Developers List
Subject: Re: [xml-dev] XFORMS
Have you looked at formsPlayer?
At 09:23 AM 1/31/2006, Elliotte Harold wrote:
>Fraser Goffin wrote:
>>As Mike says there are a number of successful 'server-side'
>>implementations in use (we use one in an industry portal), but IMO
>>it is unlikely to gain much traction client-side (can't see MS
>>supporting it since they have their own solution to this and IE
>>usage remains 90%+ commercially).
>As I've said before, that's irrelevant. If there's a good, free
>client side implementation that is better than the alternatives for
>developing web apps, some intranets will use it. It can grow from
>there to take over the market. This has happened before. This is
>*exactly* how IE and AJAX got into the position they're in today.
>Of course, this only works if there actually is a good client side
>implementation bundled with a browser that lets developers do things
>they can't easily do today with alternative technologies.
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