Re: [acf] Re: [alpine-devel] Ideas for a new config framework, ACF2
On Wed, Dec 5, 2012 at 11:00 AM, Der Tiger <der.tiger.alpine_at_arcor.de>wrote:
> Hi Kaarle,
> > think it is the best choice for client implementation. Virtually all
> > we can leverage in our implementation.
> The problem with a client implementation and mobile devices won't be so
> much compatibility, but performance. PDAs and Tablets still don't offer
> a lot of cpu power, while the OS and the browser software itself often
> software is likely to hit a performance wall on those devices, when the
> complexity of the client software increases with functionality.
Not true with most modern smart phones. If you're still using a
Blackberry, then yes - perhaps. But most smart phones now are better than
the best laptops three years ago.
> I can't help myself, but with all that has been written, I still don't
> host implementation. You and Nathanael, on the other hand, seem to be
> quite set on advocating your proposal. Well, I suppose you've thought it
For many years I have been an advocate of making sites that work with or
without JS (incremental improvements). However, nowadays this is not
strictly necessary, and for a niche market like server admins using Alpine
/ ACF you can set your own browser requirements without many ramifications.
Received on Wed Dec 05 2012 - 11:06:28 GMT