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#1: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-04-21 08:40:08 by Alain Roger

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Hi,

i'm playing around with AJAX and PHP to create something like a "small
desktop" application.
basically the first step is to log in the system.
for that i have a log-in form where users can choose the interface language.

here is my problem :
when the log-in form runs, it is in English. user can click on some arrow to
open another DIV and display all other languages available.
a click on a particular flag, will call the PHP page where the log-in form
(login field + password field) are stored with dynamic language interface.

however, i make no sense for the title of this form to call a PHP page where
will be just 1 dynamic text (changing on flag choice).
so if you understand well, i have 2 divs (1 for form title, 1 for log-in
form itself). and i load thanks AJAX php code into divs.

my problem is that i do not want to write a PHP page just for 1 label... it
makes sense for a complete form but not for a simple text line or label.

So how can i do that without refreshing page. using AJAX and PHP only ?
i guess you already faced such situation so i would really appreciate your
help.

thanks a lot,

--
Alain
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Windows XP SP2
PostgreSQL 8.2.4 / MS SQL server 2005
Apache 2.2.4
PHP 5.2.4
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#2: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-04-21 09:55:51 by Lens Development

Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:

> Hi,
>
> i'm playing around with AJAX and PHP to create something like a "small
> desktop" application.
> basically the first step is to log in the system.
> for that i have a log-in form where users can choose the interface languag=
e.
>
> here is my problem :
> when the log-in form runs, it is in English. user can click on some arrow =
to
> open another DIV and display all other languages available.
> a click on a particular flag, will call the PHP page where the log-in form
> (login field + password field) are stored with dynamic language interface.
>
> however, i make no sense for the title of this form to call a PHP page whe=
re
> will be just 1 dynamic text (changing on flag choice).
> so if you understand well, i have 2 divs (1 for form title, 1 for log-in
> form itself). and i load thanks AJAX php code into divs.
>
> my problem is that i do not want to write a PHP page just for 1 label... i=
t
> makes sense for a complete form but not for a simple text line or label.
>
> So how can i do that without refreshing page. using AJAX and PHP only ?
> i guess you already faced such situation so i would really appreciate your
> help.
>
> thanks a lot,
>
> --
> Alain

Making an Ajax request for one little label maybe a bit overkill.
As i understand you request the whole form through an Ajax request. =20
And display this to the user? And every language generates a new form?

Why not just create the form dynamically with javascript and load the =20
data from PHP. So the form can stay the same for all calls. You just =20
fill it with data depending on the language selected. You can fill the =20
form for instance by sending a JSON encoded object from PHP to =20
javascript.

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#3: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-04-21 10:26:44 by Alain Roger

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you understood right.

basically my problem is that the layout avoid it.
here is "something like" my layout :

<div#0>
<div#1>Lanague (label) : <img flag> <img arrow to show all languages from
div#2></div#1>
<div#2> all flags</div#2>
<div#3> login field + pwd field + submit button</div#3>
</div#0>

till now i only use AJAX to refresh the content of div#3
but it does not change the label from div#1 when user selects another
language from div#2.

if i place the whole form into a PHP i face several questions :
- how the ajax will reload this PHP page (reloading itself) in the parent
control div#0 ?
- when user will click on submit button, where will be loaded the content
return of checking if log+pwd are correct ?
- how to redirect to another PHP page, when user click on submit button ?
the redirection will happen only in the content div, so only in div#0 and
not into the browser :-(

Al.

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 9:55 AM, Thijs Lensselink <dev@lenss.nl> wrote:

> Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:
>
> Hi,
> >
> > i'm playing around with AJAX and PHP to create something like a "small
> > desktop" application.
> > basically the first step is to log in the system.
> > for that i have a log-in form where users can choose the interface
> > language.
> >
> > here is my problem :
> > when the log-in form runs, it is in English. user can click on some
> > arrow to
> > open another DIV and display all other languages available.
> > a click on a particular flag, will call the PHP page where the log-in
> > form
> > (login field + password field) are stored with dynamic language
> > interface.
> >
> > however, i make no sense for the title of this form to call a PHP page
> > where
> > will be just 1 dynamic text (changing on flag choice).
> > so if you understand well, i have 2 divs (1 for form title, 1 for log-in
> > form itself). and i load thanks AJAX php code into divs.
> >
> > my problem is that i do not want to write a PHP page just for 1 label...
> > it
> > makes sense for a complete form but not for a simple text line or label.
> >
> > So how can i do that without refreshing page. using AJAX and PHP only ?
> > i guess you already faced such situation so i would really appreciate
> > your
> > help.
> >
> > thanks a lot,
> >
> > --
> > Alain
> >
>
> Making an Ajax request for one little label maybe a bit overkill.
> As i understand you request the whole form through an Ajax request. And
> display this to the user? And every language generates a new form?
>
> Why not just create the form dynamically with javascript and load the data
> from PHP. So the form can stay the same for all calls. You just fill it with
> data depending on the language selected. You can fill the form for instance
> by sending a JSON encoded object from PHP to javascript.
>
> --
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> To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php
>
>


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Apache 2.2.4
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#4: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-04-21 11:40:28 by Lens Development

Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:

> you understood right.
>
> basically my problem is that the layout avoid it.
> here is "something like" my layout :
>
> <div#0>
> <div#1>Lanague (label) : <img flag> <img arrow to show all languages from
> div#2></div#1>
> <div#2> all flags</div#2>
> <div#3> login field + pwd field + submit button</div#3>
> </div#0>
>
> till now i only use AJAX to refresh the content of div#3
> but it does not change the label from div#1 when user selects another
> language from div#2.
>

Well it looks like you need a extra Ajax call to the server.

Click a language flag sends a request to the server. The server =20
responds with an JSON object. Containing the content for <div#2>. With =20
javascript you can update the contents of <div#2>

> if i place the whole form into a PHP i face several questions :
> - how the ajax will reload this PHP page (reloading itself) in the parent
> control div#0 ?

If you would like to reload the whole of <div#0> You could send and =20
JSON object from PHP to javascript. And let javascript generate the =20
div structure and update the DOM.

> - when user will click on submit button, where will be loaded the content
> return of checking if log+pwd are correct ?

When a user logs in a Ajax request is send to the server. the server =20
responds with an JSON object containing the error message. With =20
javascript you could update the contents of <div#3> to display a =20
message.

> - how to redirect to another PHP page, when user click on submit button ?
> the redirection will happen only in the content div, so only in div#0 and
> not into the browser :-(

I have a hard time understanding this last issue. What exactly do you =20
mean by redirecting to another PHP page?

>
> Al.
>
> On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 9:55 AM, Thijs Lensselink <dev@lenss.nl> wrote:
>
>> Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:
>>
>> Hi,
>> >
>> > i'm playing around with AJAX and PHP to create something like a "small
>> > desktop" application.
>> > basically the first step is to log in the system.
>> > for that i have a log-in form where users can choose the interface
>> > language.
>> >
>> > here is my problem :
>> > when the log-in form runs, it is in English. user can click on some
>> > arrow to
>> > open another DIV and display all other languages available.
>> > a click on a particular flag, will call the PHP page where the log-in
>> > form
>> > (login field + password field) are stored with dynamic language
>> > interface.
>> >
>> > however, i make no sense for the title of this form to call a PHP page
>> > where
>> > will be just 1 dynamic text (changing on flag choice).
>> > so if you understand well, i have 2 divs (1 for form title, 1 for log-i=
n
>> > form itself). and i load thanks AJAX php code into divs.
>> >
>> > my problem is that i do not want to write a PHP page just for 1 label..=
..
>> > it
>> > makes sense for a complete form but not for a simple text line or label=
..
>> >
>> > So how can i do that without refreshing page. using AJAX and PHP only ?
>> > i guess you already faced such situation so i would really appreciate
>> > your
>> > help.
>> >
>> > thanks a lot,
>> >
>> > --
>> > Alain
>> >
>>
>> Making an Ajax request for one little label maybe a bit overkill.
>> As i understand you request the whole form through an Ajax request. And
>> display this to the user? And every language generates a new form?
>>
>> Why not just create the form dynamically with javascript and load the dat=
a
>> from PHP. So the form can stay the same for all calls. You just fill it w=
ith
>> data depending on the language selected. You can fill the form for instan=
ce
>> by sending a JSON encoded object from PHP to javascript.
>>
>> --
>> PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/)
>> To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php
>>
>>
>
>
> --
> Alain
> ------------------------------------
> Windows XP SP2
> PostgreSQL 8.2.4 / MS SQL server 2005
> Apache 2.2.4
> PHP 5.2.4
> C# 2005-2008
>



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#5: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-04-21 11:52:46 by Alain Roger

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in fact i meant by redirecting the following thing :
- if user wrote a correct pwd and login, the system should redirect [using
header("Location .... ] syntax to launch the application.
but if i use such syntax it will be redirected only into the div#0, and not
in the browser itslef.

is it clearer now ?

On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:40 AM, Thijs Lensselink <dev@lenss.nl> wrote:

> Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:
>
> you understood right.
> >
> > basically my problem is that the layout avoid it.
> > here is "something like" my layout :
> >
> > <div#0>
> > <div#1>Lanague (label) : <img flag> <img arrow to show all languages
> > from
> > div#2></div#1>
> > <div#2> all flags</div#2>
> > <div#3> login field + pwd field + submit button</div#3>
> > </div#0>
> >
> > till now i only use AJAX to refresh the content of div#3
> > but it does not change the label from div#1 when user selects another
> > language from div#2.
> >
> >
> Well it looks like you need a extra Ajax call to the server.
>
> Click a language flag sends a request to the server. The server responds
> with an JSON object. Containing the content for <div#2>. With javascript you
> can update the contents of <div#2>
>
> if i place the whole form into a PHP i face several questions :
> > - how the ajax will reload this PHP page (reloading itself) in the
> > parent
> > control div#0 ?
> >
>
> If you would like to reload the whole of <div#0> You could send and JSON
> object from PHP to javascript. And let javascript generate the div structure
> and update the DOM.
>
> - when user will click on submit button, where will be loaded the content
> > return of checking if log+pwd are correct ?
> >
>
> When a user logs in a Ajax request is send to the server. the server
> responds with an JSON object containing the error message. With javascript
> you could update the contents of <div#3> to display a message.
>
> - how to redirect to another PHP page, when user click on submit button ?
> > the redirection will happen only in the content div, so only in div#0
> > and
> > not into the browser :-(
> >
>
> I have a hard time understanding this last issue. What exactly do you mean
> by redirecting to another PHP page?
>
>
>
> > Al.
> >
> > On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 9:55 AM, Thijs Lensselink <dev@lenss.nl> wrote:
> >
> > Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > > >
> > > > i'm playing around with AJAX and PHP to create something like a
> > > "small
> > > > desktop" application.
> > > > basically the first step is to log in the system.
> > > > for that i have a log-in form where users can choose the interface
> > > > language.
> > > >
> > > > here is my problem :
> > > > when the log-in form runs, it is in English. user can click on some
> > > > arrow to
> > > > open another DIV and display all other languages available.
> > > > a click on a particular flag, will call the PHP page where the
> > > log-in
> > > > form
> > > > (login field + password field) are stored with dynamic language
> > > > interface.
> > > >
> > > > however, i make no sense for the title of this form to call a PHP
> > > page
> > > > where
> > > > will be just 1 dynamic text (changing on flag choice).
> > > > so if you understand well, i have 2 divs (1 for form title, 1 for
> > > log-in
> > > > form itself). and i load thanks AJAX php code into divs.
> > > >
> > > > my problem is that i do not want to write a PHP page just for 1
> > > label...
> > > > it
> > > > makes sense for a complete form but not for a simple text line or
> > > label.
> > > >
> > > > So how can i do that without refreshing page. using AJAX and PHP
> > > only ?
> > > > i guess you already faced such situation so i would really
> > > appreciate
> > > > your
> > > > help.
> > > >
> > > > thanks a lot,
> > > >
> > > > --
> > > > Alain
> > > >
> > >
> > > Making an Ajax request for one little label maybe a bit overkill.
> > > As i understand you request the whole form through an Ajax request.
> > > And
> > > display this to the user? And every language generates a new form?
> > >
> > > Why not just create the form dynamically with javascript and load the
> > > data
> > > from PHP. So the form can stay the same for all calls. You just fill
> > > it with
> > > data depending on the language selected. You can fill the form for
> > > instance
> > > by sending a JSON encoded object from PHP to javascript.
> > >
> > > --
> > > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/)
> > > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php
> > >
> > >
> > >
> >
> > --
> > Alain
> > ------------------------------------
> > Windows XP SP2
> > PostgreSQL 8.2.4 / MS SQL server 2005
> > Apache 2.2.4
> > PHP 5.2.4
> > C# 2005-2008
> >
> >
>
>
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>


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#6: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-04-21 11:58:17 by Lens Development

Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:

> in fact i meant by redirecting the following thing :
> - if user wrote a correct pwd and login, the system should redirect [using
> header("Location .... ] syntax to launch the application.
> but if i use such syntax it will be redirected only into the div#0, and no=
t
> in the browser itslef.
>
> is it clearer now ?

It's crystal clear :)

I guess you could do it in two ways. Firstly without a redirect. You =20
could just use javascript and CSS to show some sort of error message. =20
Reload the form in the div. And give the user another try to login.

If you really want a reload. You have to do it with javascript. You =20
could let PHP send back a status to javascript. And based on that. =20
Either load a div with content. Or do a document.location =3D ''; Hope =20
it helps.

>
> On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 11:40 AM, Thijs Lensselink <dev@lenss.nl> wrote:
>
>> Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:
>>
>> you understood right.
>> >
>> > basically my problem is that the layout avoid it.
>> > here is "something like" my layout :
>> >
>> > <div#0>
>> > <div#1>Lanague (label) : <img flag> <img arrow to show all languages
>> > from
>> > div#2></div#1>
>> > <div#2> all flags</div#2>
>> > <div#3> login field + pwd field + submit button</div#3>
>> > </div#0>
>> >
>> > till now i only use AJAX to refresh the content of div#3
>> > but it does not change the label from div#1 when user selects another
>> > language from div#2.
>> >
>> >
>> Well it looks like you need a extra Ajax call to the server.
>>
>> Click a language flag sends a request to the server. The server responds
>> with an JSON object. Containing the content for <div#2>. With javascript =
you
>> can update the contents of <div#2>
>>
>> if i place the whole form into a PHP i face several questions :
>> > - how the ajax will reload this PHP page (reloading itself) in the
>> > parent
>> > control div#0 ?
>> >
>>
>> If you would like to reload the whole of <div#0> You could send and JSON
>> object from PHP to javascript. And let javascript generate the div struct=
ure
>> and update the DOM.
>>
>> - when user will click on submit button, where will be loaded the conten=
t
>> > return of checking if log+pwd are correct ?
>> >
>>
>> When a user logs in a Ajax request is send to the server. the server
>> responds with an JSON object containing the error message. With javascrip=
t
>> you could update the contents of <div#3> to display a message.
>>
>> - how to redirect to another PHP page, when user click on submit button =
?
>> > the redirection will happen only in the content div, so only in div#0
>> > and
>> > not into the browser :-(
>> >
>>
>> I have a hard time understanding this last issue. What exactly do you mea=
n
>> by redirecting to another PHP page?
>>
>>
>>
>> > Al.
>> >
>> > On Mon, Apr 21, 2008 at 9:55 AM, Thijs Lensselink <dev@lenss.nl> wrote:
>> >
>> > Quoting Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com>:
>> > >
>> > > Hi,
>> > > >
>> > > > i'm playing around with AJAX and PHP to create something like a
>> > > "small
>> > > > desktop" application.
>> > > > basically the first step is to log in the system.
>> > > > for that i have a log-in form where users can choose the interface
>> > > > language.
>> > > >
>> > > > here is my problem :
>> > > > when the log-in form runs, it is in English. user can click on some
>> > > > arrow to
>> > > > open another DIV and display all other languages available.
>> > > > a click on a particular flag, will call the PHP page where the
>> > > log-in
>> > > > form
>> > > > (login field + password field) are stored with dynamic language
>> > > > interface.
>> > > >
>> > > > however, i make no sense for the title of this form to call a PHP
>> > > page
>> > > > where
>> > > > will be just 1 dynamic text (changing on flag choice).
>> > > > so if you understand well, i have 2 divs (1 for form title, 1 for
>> > > log-in
>> > > > form itself). and i load thanks AJAX php code into divs.
>> > > >
>> > > > my problem is that i do not want to write a PHP page just for 1
>> > > label...
>> > > > it
>> > > > makes sense for a complete form but not for a simple text line or
>> > > label.
>> > > >
>> > > > So how can i do that without refreshing page. using AJAX and PHP
>> > > only ?
>> > > > i guess you already faced such situation so i would really
>> > > appreciate
>> > > > your
>> > > > help.
>> > > >
>> > > > thanks a lot,
>> > > >
>> > > > --
>> > > > Alain
>> > > >
>> > >
>> > > Making an Ajax request for one little label maybe a bit overkill.
>> > > As i understand you request the whole form through an Ajax request.
>> > > And
>> > > display this to the user? And every language generates a new form?
>> > >
>> > > Why not just create the form dynamically with javascript and load the
>> > > data
>> > > from PHP. So the form can stay the same for all calls. You just fill
>> > > it with
>> > > data depending on the language selected. You can fill the form for
>> > > instance
>> > > by sending a JSON encoded object from PHP to javascript.
>> > >
>> > > --
>> > > PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/)
>> > > To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php
>> > >
>> > >
>> > >
>> >
>> > --
>> > Alain
>> > ------------------------------------
>> > Windows XP SP2
>> > PostgreSQL 8.2.4 / MS SQL server 2005
>> > Apache 2.2.4
>> > PHP 5.2.4
>> > C# 2005-2008
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
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>>
>
>
> --
> Alain
> ------------------------------------
> Windows XP SP2
> PostgreSQL 8.2.4 / MS SQL server 2005
> Apache 2.2.4
> PHP 5.2.4
> C# 2005-2008
>



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#7: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-04-21 12:18:58 by Nitsan Bin-Nun

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Hi Alain,
You can create a mini-db with XML, that contains translations for each of
the words you need (if there are 10 words, 50 langs, you got 500 records..
small and useful).

HTH,
Nitsan

On 21/04/2008, Alain Roger <raf.news@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi,
>
> i'm playing around with AJAX and PHP to create something like a "small
> desktop" application.
> basically the first step is to log in the system.
> for that i have a log-in form where users can choose the interface
> language.
>
> here is my problem :
> when the log-in form runs, it is in English. user can click on some arrow
> to
> open another DIV and display all other languages available.
> a click on a particular flag, will call the PHP page where the log-in form
> (login field + password field) are stored with dynamic language interface.
>
> however, i make no sense for the title of this form to call a PHP page
> where
> will be just 1 dynamic text (changing on flag choice).
> so if you understand well, i have 2 divs (1 for form title, 1 for log-in
> form itself). and i load thanks AJAX php code into divs.
>
> my problem is that i do not want to write a PHP page just for 1 label...
> it
> makes sense for a complete form but not for a simple text line or label.
>
> So how can i do that without refreshing page. using AJAX and PHP only ?
> i guess you already faced such situation so i would really appreciate your
> help.
>
> thanks a lot,
>
> --
> Alain
> ------------------------------------
> Windows XP SP2
> PostgreSQL 8.2.4 / MS SQL server 2005
> Apache 2.2.4
> PHP 5.2.4
> C# 2005-2008
>

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#8: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-10-06 15:36:31 by LoneWolf

<!-- SNIP -->
> yes, flex is "flash for developers"; the main language is AS3 and it
> outputs swf's; flex is basically a program which allows you to use mix
> of pre-made ui elements & classes, css and AS3 to quickly make great RIA's.

Yup, but you have to have flash enabled. But some of us don't except for specific sites due to ads being swfs as well.

Wolf

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#9: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-10-06 17:09:07 by Alain Roger

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And AFAIK it does not work on linux platform

On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 3:36 PM, Wolf <lonewolf@nc.rr.com> wrote:

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> > yes, flex is "flash for developers"; the main language is AS3 and it
> > outputs swf's; flex is basically a program which allows you to use mix
> > of pre-made ui elements & classes, css and AS3 to quickly make great
> RIA's.
>
> Yup, but you have to have flash enabled. But some of us don't except for
> specific sites due to ads being swfs as well.
>
> Wolf
>



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#10: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-10-06 17:12:43 by Nathan Rixham

> <mailto:lonewolf@nc.rr.com>> wrote:
>
> <!-- SNIP -->
> > yes, flex is "flash for developers"; the main language is AS3 and it
> > outputs swf's; flex is basically a program which allows you to
> use mix
> > of pre-made ui elements & classes, css and AS3 to quickly make
> great RIA's.
>
> Yup, but you have to have flash enabled. But some of us don't
> except for specific sites due to ads being swfs as well.
>
> Wolf

Alain Roger wrote:
> And AFAIK it does not work on linux platform
>

development wise adobe flex 3 SDK works on linux; afaik flex builder
(the wysiwyg ide for eclipse) doesn't yet.

clientside (the apps you develop) work anywhere flash player 9 does.

a great reason to "get in to" flex now is that flex 4 will also be
supporting most of the major smartphones so you're app's will work
virtually everywhere (and look nicer + dev time wayyyyyyy down).

can you tell I like it? (+it's got native E4X support)

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#11: Re: AJAX and PHP

Posted on 2008-10-07 00:06:48 by Ashley Sheridan

On Mon, 2008-10-06 at 17:09 +0200, Alain Roger wrote:
> And AFAIK it does not work on linux platform
>
> On Mon, Oct 6, 2008 at 3:36 PM, Wolf <lonewolf@nc.rr.com> wrote:
>
> > <!-- SNIP -->
> > > yes, flex is "flash for developers"; the main language is AS3 and it
> > > outputs swf's; flex is basically a program which allows you to use mix
> > > of pre-made ui elements & classes, css and AS3 to quickly make great
> > RIA's.
> >
> > Yup, but you have to have flash enabled. But some of us don't except for
> > specific sites due to ads being swfs as well.
> >
> > Wolf
> >
>
>

It can be made to work, but there is a lot of messing about. Not tried
it myself, but I have spoken to some people on the Papervision team who
have done it.


Ash
www.ashleysheridan.co.uk


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