[Laszlo-user] Re: [Laszlo-dev] New Tip of the Week: SOLO is
cort at notebookmargins.com
Sun Jun 5 09:58:27 PDT 2005
I wonder if the png files are working because you started off using the
proxied mode, which may have then wrapped the png's in swfs for deployment,
so when you then switch to solo mode, the swfs are still there from before
and are downloaded?
It does seem to me that for non realtime generated media, it should at least
be possible to do this and that if it were clear how to do this, that it
would be a nice feature.
Just a thought.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: laszlo-user-bounces at openlaszlo.org
> [mailto:laszlo-user-bounces at openlaszlo.org]On Behalf Of James Caple
> Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2005 10:43 AM
> To: Amy Muntz; laszlo-dev at openlaszlo.org; laszlo-user at openlaszlo.org
> Subject: [Laszlo-user] Re: [Laszlo-dev] New Tip of the Week: SOLO is
> SimplePart 2
> Amy et al.
> First off, this type of documentation is an excellent
> idea - wish I had it a month or two ago.
> Secondly, I do have some candid comments for you,
> which I hope are worthy of your efforts:
> 1.) I have always been somewhat confused by the media
> type restrictions documented in the Laszlo
> documentation. My application does make use of both
> *.gif and *.png image files in a SOLO deployment (the
> red dots are *.png files and the yellow ball top right
> is a gif resource at http://www.topoblog.com). They
> seem to work okay.
> 2.) Secondly, I don't know if you have more Parts
> planned, but I think a good development practice might
> be to develop SOLO-planned apps. using lzproxied=false
> from the get-go when relying on external data sources
> in the app. I had a heck of a time figuring-out why
> my application would work just fine when developing
> it, but when I would go to build the final build using
> lzproxied=false and deploy it, all sorts of things
> broke. The reason for this (I believe) is because the
> Flash 7 player parses XML slightly differently than
> the Laszo Server in some cases. As a newbie, this can
> be really frustrating!
> Just a nit:
> * Grammar: "One easy way deploy such an application is
> to use a script to builds, compresses and transfers an
> archive file."
> Thanks again for this!
> James Caple
> --- Amy Muntz <amuntz at laszlosystems.com> wrote:
> > The latest Tip of the Week is available at:
> > http://openlaszlo.org/tips/2005/solo-2 .
> > This is the latest in our series about serverless
> > deployment, moving on
> > to some more complex issues, such as SOLO
> > applications with dynamic
> > libraries and using resources from a different
> > domain.
> > All feedback/suggestions welcome!
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