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PHP-GTK as an alternative to Applet?

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I read up on some info regarding GTK which has the ability to run as a
client-side programming GUI interface, much like an applet. I am
looking at means of creating alternatives to applets that can be
embedded into webpage HTML as <object> instances, due to the recent
global instability (and sketchiness) of applets, and saw somewhere
about GTK having such a capability as well, provided the user
downloads the "runtime environment".

I looked up info on gtk.php.net and http://gtk.php.net/resources.php
and www.gtk.net and found only a smattering of information. If anyone
knows of any exhaustive resource of usage of GTK using PHP (and not C,
ugh!), please let me know, or if you've ever used GTK in building GUI
applet-like interfaces.

Thanx
Phil
Jul 17 '05 #1
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PHP+GTK doesn't run embedded on a webpage like applet really do. It is used
to run like application just like Photoshop or any software.

Savut

"Phil Powell" <so*****@erols.com> wrote in message
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I read up on some info regarding GTK which has the ability to run as a
client-side programming GUI interface, much like an applet. I am
looking at means of creating alternatives to applets that can be
embedded into webpage HTML as <object> instances, due to the recent
global instability (and sketchiness) of applets, and saw somewhere
about GTK having such a capability as well, provided the user
downloads the "runtime environment".

I looked up info on gtk.php.net and http://gtk.php.net/resources.php
and www.gtk.net and found only a smattering of information. If anyone
knows of any exhaustive resource of usage of GTK using PHP (and not C,
ugh!), please let me know, or if you've ever used GTK in building GUI
applet-like interfaces.

Thanx
Phil


Jul 17 '05 #2

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