“The first real web-based word processor” – Buzzword


Buzzword has been released on Acrobat.com which demos the word processing capabilities over a web application. Good thing about this application is that Adobe has a whole set of Development APIs that can be used in Flex/AIR to provide such capabilities into any application.

2 thoughts on ““The first real web-based word processor” – Buzzword

  1. I’m not sure what point you are making here. Saying “Adobe has a whole set of Development APIs that can be used in Flex/AIR to provide such capabilities into any application” is like saying “The English language has lots of words that can simply be arranged to construct a best selling novel”.

    Buzzword is indeed a showpiece for what can be achieved with Flex and Flash but there’s a whole lot of time, money and skill that went into building it – the Flex/AIR API is probably the least important component.

  2. Depends how you see it. For me, those APIs are most valuable – as they allow me to re-use the masterpiece on my Flex application. As for the credit to the masterpiece, my subject line pays the tribute itself.

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