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Paul Baker 08/10/07 07:26:04 PM EDT

Suggestion.. get rid of all the ads!

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Bryan Hall 06/06/07 07:21:39 PM EDT

RIA - Why are Java Web Start applications ignored in this discussion? JWS make a true rich internet application, not a want-to-be smoke and mirror browser "applet".

We have a production enterprise application on the DoD network that replaces standard windows desktop application. It has the same look and feel of the the application it replaces, since it is a true desktop (but internet managed) application. It can interact with local printers. It can use the hard drive to buffer data in a persistent manner. It has the look and feel of the underlying OS, etc.

By comparison, everything else mentioned here pales in features and "richness". More like low-income applications.

Bryan