Hi all, I am building a network application which will enable peer to peer communication.The application is build using ruby on rails. I am attempting to build a white board which will allow simultaneous and syncronous developing and editing of Images. I tried adobe SVG pluggin and other network image generation tools.I need to integrate these tools with my ruby applications. my problems are 1. How do I display applications written in c++/java script in the browser 2. Adobe SVG pluggin is a exe. How do I render it in the browser and syncronize the building of images on the network 3. Are there some other applications or pluggins which I can integrate with ruby on rails and implement this shared white board in my application Thanks Sapna
on 2006-02-06 08:25
on 2006-02-07 03:26
on 2006-02-07 03:57
On Mon, 6 Feb 2006, sapzz wrote: > 2. Adobe SVG pluggin is a exe. How do I render it in the browser and > syncronize the building of images on the network Firefox SVG support is slowly (almost) becoming usable. I wouldn't call it Good yet. > 3. Are there some other applications or pluggins which I can integrate > with ruby on rails and implement this shared white board in my application Hmm. A Wiki takes you 90% of the way there, Wiki's version and share txt, SVG is just text. Inkscape is a marvelous really Good SVG drawing app. I heartily recommend it. http://www.inkscape.org/ Subversion is another Good way of sharing and versioning and displaying data on the web. www.subversion.org John Carter Phone : (64)(3) 358 6639 Tait Electronics Fax : (64)(3) 359 4632 PO Box 1645 Christchurch Email : firstname.lastname@example.org New Zealand Carter's Clarification of Murphy's Law. "Things only ever go right so that they may go more spectacularly wrong later." From this principle, all of life and physics may be deduced.