[Wee-talk] Re: [Nitro] A Web Development Observation
cjs at cynic.net
Mon Jul 11 21:42:06 EDT 2005
On Mon, 11 Jul 2005, Michael Neumann wrote:
> Wee does not use URLs in the sense as other frameworks do.
While the ability to look more like a local application is one of Wee's
strengths, one of its weaknesses is that it more or less destroys
the concept of a URI. The Universal Resource Identifier no longer
universally identifies a resource. One of the side effects of this is
that bookmarks no longer work.
I've been wondering if there's some way to fix this while still
preserving Wee's strong points. I.e., if I have an application keeping
track of items from a catalogue, is it possible to make wee work such
that the URI
will always display the current information for item 171323 (or whatever
it's allowed to display about item 171323 given the authorization
available from whatever authentication credentials I've previously
presented)? Ideally, this would even be displayed in the location bar.
Does it even make sense to do this? Or do you just not write
applications like that in wee?
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