rimantas at gmail.com
Wed Oct 14 09:12:28 PDT 2009
>>Maybe there are not many sites because nobody wants this type of sites?
> You think nobody wants Javadoc? Javadoc has been shipping with an read-only
> version of this use case for years.
Of course Java developers want access to documentation. I am not sure
if they want frameset though.
> The full use case is treeview database maintenance.
Server side should not be even mentioned in this case.
> Tree logic has been slow
> to mature in SQL, is non-trivial in HTML as we see, and is hard to generate
> from PHP/Ruby/whatever.
Tree logic requires a bit of effort with table design and SQL, and is very easy
in HTML and PHP/Ruby/whatever.
>> while I prefers solutions built around solving the real need.
> Which this is.
Nope. I guess real need is something along the lines "provide access
online" or something like that.
>>Nobody forbids you from using previous versions of HTML.
> Correct, but excluding frameset from HTML5 increases the likelihood that
> browsers will drop support for the feature.
I would like to see that but not going to happen. Browsers will
support HTML4 for
decades to come.
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