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By rick
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Published: May 31 2009 / 07:09

At the Google I/O conference this past week, they announced Google Wave. Almost immediately, I started seeing Twitter replies, blog posts and various articles talking about how Google Wave is going to kill Flash/Silverlight/JavaFX. None of these made sense to me…and at that point I’d yet to see anything about Wave anyway. I posed a few questions on Twitter as to why people felt Wave was an RIA platform killer (that’s what I was reading into a lot of the buzz against things like Silverlight). I got more confused with all the replies :-)
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RawThinkTank replied ago:

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i hav yet to read it but still


Java with HTML 5 on client is the killer of them all, like it or not.

GWT cannot use existing webpages. Java on client will.

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RawThinkTank replied ago:

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OK I just checked the video of wave, and i must say its useless.

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mknutty replied ago:

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try it again. but this time open your eyes and turn the sound up.

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