D3 and friends.
All web based.
I used ROHtmlExporter and made my own based on it but it was having problems. Now, I haven't looked at RT aka RO 2 as I moved to D3 in the webapp.
As for why keep the current thing going in pharo/non web is that it gives a powerful capability and I would say that is is better to make it excellent than to play catch up.
On Aug 21, 2014, at 7:28 AM, philippeback [via Smalltalk] <[hidden email]> wrote:
I've been using some exports but the look and rendering of the thing is not up to what one can do with the tick client.So just the image, no interaction, right? Not really what I meant...I find this comment intriguing. What are some examples of these light-years-ahead web visualizations? And why wouldn’t we want to “go there”? For me, the purpose of all these tools is self-expression, and if I’m using a visualization tool, I want to be able to express myself equally well whether on my local computer, or on a public-facing website. What am I missing?As a general feeling, RT is great for local visualisations but for web visualisations it is close to nowhere compared to the competition (not sure we want to go there anyway).Cheers,
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