dean at edwards.name
Wed May 10 16:38:05 PDT 2006
At the moment, DOM objects are specified in a language neutral way.
That's fine. However, this makes these objects uninteresting and
cumbersome to script with.
Mozilla has a more integrated programming environment. It exposes DOM
Object.prototype.foo = "bar";
not totally separate on a Mozilla platform. This is very cool. 8-)
objects (especially with the introduction of Mozilla's Array Extras
). This makes iteration over DOM queries more flexible.
I guess what I'm proposing is a new DOM API. One which is specified with
that browser a dream to program with.
Is this within the remit of the Web Apps spec? This seems like a
fundamental change in terms of browser architecture so I would
understand if it was too difficult to implement in the short term.
But it would be cool.
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