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Re: [tdf-discuss] ODF and HTML 5


On Wednesday, October 05, 2011 13:09:50 Ian Lynch wrote:
But if you want to see how you can view a file in the open document
format (please! not libreoffice or openoffice format) then you can check
out http://www.webodf.org/. WebODF is a package of JavaScript routines
that unpacks the zip store and transforms the odf styles to css and then
shows the document using the browser renderer. It's very efficient.

So far it's mostly for viewing, but editing featues are being added.

Can you say what - if any - implications there are for WebODF and HTML 5?

Will HTML5 make it easier or harder to develop ODF web editing? Or
will it make no difference? Do you see any implications for the
development of ODF and HTML5 which would make a more powerful
combination?

I'm afraid that I can't say anything about that, since WebODF is strictly 
written in JavaScript.  I don't *think* there is any difference for HTML 5 but 
I'm not sure.

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