.NET for client side?

Is this the idea of "Atlas" but using JavaScript rather than another technology?

8/26/2006 10:56:21 AM
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Atlas's goal is to abstract various browser implementations of DOM API and to ease out the developer's job to write rich client applications. Atlas hence makes use of the existing all-browser supported JavaScript to achieve this.
8/26/2006 2:20:58 PM

Thanks for your reply.

Let me convey my idea differently: I would like to author client side code using a class system. I recognise that Atlas is a technology for producing JS code, much in the same way that ASP.NET produces HTML for the browser.

Will Atlas be made in such a way as to offer a class based system for client side solutions? Say I need a special type of calculator on a Web page. I could author JS code to do it; but could MS make a class based system that produces this JS code?

For example, say I have a math routine in C#. Could it be possible for MS to make a system that takes this code and create the JS equivalent?

Say I want to make a movable layer on a Web page. Could MS make a class system for this task?

I'm thinking...a class system for producing JS code (or whatever technology is devised).


8/31/2006 10:01:44 PM
Please go through the Nikhil's Script# project at http://projects.nikhilk.net/Projects/ScriptSharp.aspx
9/1/2006 1:59:52 AM
That project is exactly what I'm thinking of. Ta.
9/1/2006 4:34:54 PM

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