Yet another AJAX framework. Unlike Links, it doesn't tackle integration of client with server and database. It compiles to Flash and they are working on compiling to DHTML. (I suppose DHTML means Javascript, but its not entirely clear; the demo appears to be broken!) I like the 'Learn Laszlo in Ten Minutes' demo, as it lets you modify and rerun all examples on the fly.

Hi Phil--

DHTML is "Dynamic HTML" which loosely refers to the collection of HTML, JavaScript, CSS--generally, the technologies that are standard on browsers as, opposed to the plugin-provided stuff like Flash.

The wikipedia page on DHTML is pretty good:


Older versions of Laszlo were targeted strictly at Flash (I believe), which is why they're stressing the DHTML target now.
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