Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 3rd Jan 2007 17:54 UTC, submitted by ronaldst
KDE "Since KDE 4 development is in full swing with plans for a KDE 4.0 release sometime later this year, I thought I'd put together a weekly piece entitled The Road to KDE 4. The idea is to have a short overview of one or two of the features that show progress in KDE 4. For my first issue, the goal is to show off some of the great SVG work that has taken place so far."
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No big difference
by vtolkov on Wed 3rd Jan 2007 21:24 UTC
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Its sucks. I do not see a difference. Both screen look about same ugly.

Why do we need KDE or Gnome at all? Let's move everything we can into the browser. All these screens could be done using DHTML quite easily.

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RE: No big difference
by ebasconp on Wed 3rd Jan 2007 22:34 in reply to "No big difference"
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And the browser... will be implemented on JavaScript or XHTML?

How can you talk about DHTML and internet browsers if you know (I think you know) the browser needs to be implemented using a GUI library [like Qt, KDE extensions, Gtk, wxWidgets or some stuff like this] and needs to implement rendering mechanisms similar to the KDE4 SVG rendering engine?

Criticizing is easy when you are not walking on another else's shoes.

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