[MonoDevelop] Native Client
stuart at stu.org.uk
Fri Aug 26 07:00:59 EDT 2011
I'm surprised this has not been talked about more. The potential here
is huge. It will be like Visual Basic V1 all over again. Place your
widgets on a form, put some logic behind it, and compile. Only now it
will be placing the widgets on a canvas, and deploy to the web.
Monodevelop could become the de-facto way to do this, if only more devs
realised what a game changer this could be.
QT already supports NaCl. Maybe the mono.cxxi project may help here.
On 20/08/11 09:43, philippe.monteil wrote:
> I am glad to see more people interested in Mono / NaCl :-)
> GTK in NaCl would be certainly be a plus,
> but wouldn't it be more interesting to build the UI of a NaCl based app in
> and have it control one of more NaCl 'surfaces' considered as custom
> embedded in the HTML page and able to interact with it?
> Anyway, as far as I know:
> - the NaCL API will offer 2D/3D drawing capabilities,
> - GTK was designed to be portable
> will the NaCl drawing API be sufficient to support the adaptation of GTK?
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