[Laszlo-user] Wishlist for future Laszlo releases
jgrandy at openlaszlo.org
Fri Apr 13 09:38:39 PDT 2007
Here are JIRA bugs for the some of the feature items in the list, so
you can vote for them:
* SOAP and XML-RPC support on SOLO deployment.
* E4X support
If you compile SOLO, you can (with some work) use any server,
including non-Java ones, for data proxy services and the like. But
there are specifics there that haven't been made as simple as possible.
I would like to factor the compiler into a separate build that
doesn't require the entire server jar. There have also been
suggestions that the server should be decomposed into separate
pieces: media proxy, data proxy, debug server, compile server, etc.
On Apr 13, 2007, at 8:16 AM, Fennell, Philip wrote:
> You can add to your wish lists:
> * Support for XML namespaces in XPath expressions.
> * Allow XML Schema references in LZX documents.
> Philip Fennell
> -----Original Message-----
> From: laszlo-user-bounces at openlaszlo.org
> [mailto:laszlo-user-bounces at openlaszlo.org] On Behalf Of Simon
> P. Umacob
> Sent: 13 April 2007 02:35
> To: Francisco Jose Peredo
> Cc: laszlo-user at openlaszlo.org
> Subject: Re: [Laszlo-user] Wishlist for future Laszlo releases
> Francisco Jose Peredo wrote:
>> My wish list for Open Laszlo 4.5:
>> * Lots of beginner to expert tutorials of full applications (/
>> real world authentication & authorization & architecture best
>> * Books, books, books!
>> * IDE agnostic UI Builder (/something like what is available for
>> TIBCO, o like Flexible for Flex/)
>> * Architectural Framework (/something like Flex's Cairngorm but
>> * J2EE Integration (/something like Flex's Granite project/)
>> * Interactive IDE integrated script debugger (/even if only for
> I would also like to add:
> * SOAP and XML-RPC support on SOLO deployment.
> * An in-depth tutorial on how to extend the OpenLaszlo compiler.
>> My wish list for Open Laszlo 5.0:
>> * E4X support
>> * ECMAScript 4 support
>> * Something like GWT of Echo2 but with Laszlo as the underlying
>> infrastructure. (/Java only coding/)
> OpenLaszlo 6.0
> * Non-Java based Presentation Server.
> * APIs for porting the Presentation Server to other (lightweight)
> Rock on,
> [ simon.cpu ]
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