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Why are we still using the DOM in the browser rather than a desktop paradigm
From my understanding, the web interface was developed to use HTML because at the time it wasn't possible to simulate a desktop style application in the browser such as how Silverlight and Flash work, ...
Jul 9 '11 at 5:58
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