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Marco Casario

Hi Renaun,
it all depends on needs.

In some cases it could be useful to have a standalone desktop application that stores data locally without any remote conection.

Can't wait to see how Apollo will evolve ..

Renaun Erickson

I think most applications will require some type of access to the outside world (be it occasionally or always).

But there are many types of applications that could be done with out a backend. Like a photo editor, with Flash 8's Bitmap API and JPEG compressions, you could conceivable create a photo editor. But why stop there, connect it to Flcker and now you have an automated photo editor and Flcker loader.

Many more possibilities than just that, the blurring of web and desktop application is so cool it could very well redefine how application are created.

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