The beginning of WEB 3.0 with Java Fat Clients

I got an interesting comment/hint about an article: "Major Zope Content Management App Goes Java". This article talks about building a Java Fat Client instead of using Django, AJAX, Ruby On Rails  etc. It is funny, because the contents of these article match perfectly to the ideas from "The day after ajax".

The technology mix is interesting, but what I miss here is a new hype/buzz word. It is absolutely unlikely, that someone can start a new hype with the boring and negative term like "Fat Client". What we need is something like FATIN (Fat Client :-)), Web 3.0, Web J, or "Interactive Web". Any suggestions? Let's start a new revolution :-)


Web Apps, SPA, PWA with vanilla Java Script (ES 6+), CSS 3 and WebStandards only. As simple as possible, but not simpler. See you at: (Progressive) Web apps, Single Page Apps and WebStandards airhacks workshops at MUC airport, Winter Edition

airhacks.fm the podcast:

Stay in touch: airhacks.news.

Comments:

A revolution always starts at the basis. Don't call it "web" anymore, call it...LATTICE!

My suggestion: Lattice 1.0

greetings from the land of beer and chocolate - Germany

COREY

Posted by Corey on September 26, 2006 at 04:30 PM CEST #

just for the records and this time at the right blog-entry:

http://www.heise.de/open/news/foren/go.shtml?read=1&msg_id=10905686&forum_id=101666

Posted by reader on September 26, 2006 at 05:28 PM CEST #

Corey,

lattice 1.0 is actually a great name (sounds similar to matisse). I would prefer SLC 1.0 (Smart Lattice Clients) - isn't great?

Posted by Adam Bien on September 26, 2006 at 09:16 PM CEST #

Call it "The Matrix" then...

Posted by DEBEDb on September 27, 2006 at 10:00 AM CEST #

SLC sound quite good, but i think you need vowels.
An "a" for example...call it Advanced Lattice Clients (ALC) or something...

we invented the fridge ;)

COREY

Posted by Corey on September 27, 2006 at 11:36 AM CEST #

Post a Comment:
  • HTML Syntax: NOT allowed
Online Workshops
realworldpatterns.com
...the last 150 posts
...the last 10 comments
License