Clint Christopher Cañada
clintcan at ostalks.com
Wed Sep 28 22:46:21 UTC 2011
I do agree with the sentiment though. I've personally done some
programming apps in android using an open framework that uses html and
the camera and media, for more advanced functionality, you'd have to go
back to adding that functionality through java. HTML/js is good for
rapid deployment, however, nothing beats C and other compiled languages.
It's kinda disappointing though with what's happening. Burned me once,
that's ok, burned me twice, fine, but the third time (after speaking
about Meego in some other engagements)? You've got to have a pretty
good reason why I'm gonna trust this new development.
On 9/29/2011 6:30 AM, Si Howard wrote:
> My bad, I meant C/C++.
> On 28/09/2011 22:11, Jeremiah Foster wrote:
>> On Wed, Sep 28, 2011 at 10:42 PM, S. Howard<howards at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
>>> The APIs only show media streams being parsed through HTML. Interpreted
>>> languages are still developing and can sill be surpassed by compiled
>>> languages such as C/Python.
>> Eh? Python is not compiled, it is interpreted.
> MeeGo-dev mailing list
> MeeGo-dev at meego.com
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the MeeGo-dev