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Vectorize the web!
I am sick of resizing fonts in web pages and getting sh1t in return. Can we have the next web vectorized please?, so we can zoom in or out without fscking up things, and at the same time leave the resizing option so we can expand or reduce a window keeping the same resolution? I mean, it doesn't have to be black OR white, for those of you who only think in true or false. I need both, zoom AND resize. Btw, while you're at it, can we vectorize the OS too? *sigh* I hope it doesn't take ten more years, ......

Posted On Sunday, March 28, 2004 8:16 AM

Javascript 2 and XEN

Very interesting article about xml scripting in Javascript 2.0 a.k.a Ecmascript 4

http://dev2dev.bea.com/products/wlworkshop/articles/JSchneider_XML.jsp

Anybody out there knows the expected release date of JS2 ?
That would be killer for clientside proccessing wiht xmlhttp remoting.

Btw, very similar to XEN concepts huh?

 

Posted On Sunday, March 21, 2004 9:35 AM

Hello World in XEN (my wish)
I will never understand the mind of a language designer. Hello World Longhorn sample stolen from CodeProject:// This is Avalon in Longhorn: private void CreateWindow() { //create main window MSAvalon.Windows.Window myWindow = new MSAvalon.Windows.Window(); myWindow.Width = new Length(300); myWindow.Height = new Length(170); //Add a canvas to the window myCanvas = new MSAvalon.Windows.Controls.C... myCanvas.Background = MSAvalon.Windows.Media.Brus... myCanvas.Width = new Length(100,UnitType.Percent); ......

Posted On Thursday, March 4, 2004 9:03 PM

Universal Symbolic Language
Reading about eidola revived an old project I had in mind about a programming language based on symbols, like mathematics, as a universal language. Take a set of unicode symbols and represent all possible mathematic functions and all language keywords, constructs and structures like conditions, loops and so forth, then develop a very nice code editor and presto: the universal language even aliens would understand! Basic structure of a Unilan program: Sample Unilan program: Well, sort of, I hope you ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 2, 2004 6:30 PM

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