Innovations from Athena Design and Mozilla
Monday April 5th, 1999
Several readers brought to our attention an interesting project being developed using the Mozilla code. Athena Design, located in San Francisco but with developers throughout the US, has developed an intriguing proof-of-concept for "Dynamic DOM Rewriting". What is DDR? Click "Full Article" below to read an interview we conducted with Athena Design's CTO, David Pollak.
If you feel that DDR is important, contribute to the conversation in the layout newsgroup. Read the article to find out more.
#8 Re:Innovations from Athena Design and Mozilla
by haight6716 <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday April 7th, 1999 1:08 AM
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This is what java was made to do. In Java a multithreaded tcp/ip server is easy. The rendering engine should be written in java and provided to the programmer as an API. Both renderers are used the same and you can setup any kind of client/server or better - peer/peer relationship.
The problem seems to be the FIREWALL more than the protocol per-se, but I suppose a wolf in sheeps clothing.. Anyway, we need to make people turn off their stupid firewalls. If everyone didn't use windows, firewalls wouldn't seem so important - nor viruses, but I digress.
I know I've seen a java, peering chat server out there, and jazilla, of course, as well as other java html rendering projects. Don't have the URLs..