[thelist] XStandard vs. HTMLArea

Tim Burgan email at timburgan.com
Wed Oct 6 23:32:19 CDT 2004

Ken Schaefer wrote:

> <snipped>
> It appears that xstandard is currently an ActiveX/COM dll. So if you 
> want to use it on a website, you place the necessary files onto the 
> server, and create the appropriate HTML markup. The user's browser 
> will download and install the ActiveX control.
> </snipped>

Mark Mandel wrote:

> <snipped>
> I've used the HTML Area one - although get the most recent CVS 
> version, as it tends to be more stable than the RC1 (dunno what's out 
> now).
> I know of no applet versions - probably b/c applet to browser 
> communication is a hardcore pain..
> </snipped>

Thanks Ken and Mark,

That's what I suspected. Although XStandard would be nice, it seems a 
little confusing and needs to run on the server. HTMLArea seems to be 
the go.




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