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Cocomo and Ajax

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Currently Cocomo is used primarily as a realtime data
exchange engine for Flash/Flex; can it

also be leveraged by Ajax web sites/apps ? Using client-side
frameworks like Smartclient,

Javeline, Dojo, Cappuccino, etc. ?

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Hi VerlSnake,



At its core, Cocomo is intended as a Flash/Flex technology -
for instance VoIP and WebCam video isn't supported in Ajax - so we
focused most on making sure that development model made sense. We
also currently run exclusively with the bi-directional persistent
sockets provided by the Flash Player (RTMPs). In the longer-term, I
can see cases where embedding Cocomo in Ajax might make sense, but
for now our focus is really improving what we've got in Flash.



thanks

nigel

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Former Community Member
Hi VerlSnake,



At its core, Cocomo is intended as a Flash/Flex technology -
for instance VoIP and WebCam video isn't supported in Ajax - so we
focused most on making sure that development model made sense. We
also currently run exclusively with the bi-directional persistent
sockets provided by the Flash Player (RTMPs). In the longer-term, I
can see cases where embedding Cocomo in Ajax might make sense, but
for now our focus is really improving what we've got in Flash.



thanks

nigel
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