OpenLaszlo Legals: Breaking the flash barrier

In the past, though I loved the idea behind laszlo, it was hard for me to come up with a reason to force my users to use Flash. That was before Ajax gained popularity. With RIA (Rich internet applications) invading the market, I had been, for a few months, pondering about re-investigating laszlo to see where it stands.

Today, however, I got a very pleasent surprise when OpenLaszlo announced the availability of "OpenLaszlo Legals" extention which allows OpenLaszlo to generate runtimes for different target browsers using JScript, ActionScript or Javascript instead of just Flash.



I can see Laszlo getting a lot of positive feedback over the next few days. This is probably the best move they could have made. I wish them all the best.

Comments

Ashish said…
Good stuff man...

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