Thoughts on Structured/Unstructured and Shared Information Management using Wiki and other emerging technologies
Thursday, October 28, 2004
Koranteng's Toli: On GMail and DHTML architecture again

From Koranteng's Toli: On GMail and DHTML architecture again:

The pattern is simple:
Database <-> XML (Optional) <--> JavaScript Object Bindings <--> UI Bindings (HTML) + UI management code

Wiki systems should map macros to make it easy to add some of the UI capabilities (such as adding an element to the already displayed list). Usual wiki renders everything in a page from scratch. In this model, you request only incremental info (using versions), and integrate that with what is displayed on UI.

But that would mean that all elements of wiki topic need to be accessed using structured approach. And perhaps we require fine-grain addressing of individual data items within the topic.

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All realms of collaboration:
  • Wiki. Weblogs
  • New Integration Platforms for combined structured and unstructured information: Wiki, Portals, Email Clients,
  • Collaborative Document editing, Collaborative knowledge building
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  • Information organization, management, Publishing: In context of organizations, individuals, Opensource projects etc.
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Name:Vinod Kulkarni

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