I've been using Flash/Actionscript for rapid prototyping
of various new features/functionality in our products.
It has been successful and I'm happy with the flexibility
and power that Flash/Actionscript offers.
I just saw a demonstration of a pretty slick prototype in
DHTML, including numerous interface widgets and interactivity.
Are there any strong opinions as to the superiority of one
over the other? Is it just a matter of one tool versus another
and personal choice?
Russell Wilson | Director of Product Design | NetQoS, Inc. |
There's been a fair amount of discussion on the list lately about
DHTML technology and how it pertains to interface design.
I just wrote up a small article on how to implement cross-browser
DHTML modal dialogs that some of you might be interested in. I'd be
interested to hear everyone's feedback not only on the technique but
the usability aspects of it.