From: "jt" <jt@ee.net>
> However, small point of disagreement:  In my experience
> this issue of control is best resolved by viewing it from 3
> separate views.. you've left out the view of the user...

I won't quote your whole paragraph.  You seem to be emphasizing the role of
the user in defining requirements.  And that an application developer may
not understand the user's situation as well as a Web designer.

I tend to agree.  I'd suggest that the user and the Web Page designer
control the layout of the user interface.  When it's ready, then ask the
application developer to implement it.

My point was, where should the implementation logic reside?  In the Web
page?  Or in the host program?  In my opinion, the host program!  That's not
to say that some minor UI logic shouldn't be downloaded to the browser in
the form of Java Script.

Nathan M. Andelin
www.relational-data.com




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