Archive for March, 2013


Saturday, March 16th, 2013
Posted on March 16, 2013 by Herman Dolder
Updated on February 19, 2014


An M&P BLOCK may contain internally a set of BLOCKS, HTML5 Elements and SVG Elements. This facility allows to implement multiple levels of abstraction (as many as appropriate).
An M&P application is a BLOCK containing BLOCKS in multiple levels. We name this top BLOCK the “TopBoard” of the application, and the entire structure the “BLOCKTree“.

M&P H5J More Concepts and Facilities

Friday, March 15th, 2013
Posted on March 14, 2013 by Herman Dolder
Updated on February 19, 2014

In the previous article titled “Concepts and Facilities” we presented a bird’s-eye view of the basics of M&P H5J, and in this article we will take a second tour to broaden and deepen some topics as preparation for future more specialized articles.

The M&P platform seeks to maximize the adaptability and the performance of applications by using a modular dataflow architecture based on interchangeable plug-and-play BLOCKS.

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M&P H5J Concepts and Facilities

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
Posted on March 4, 2013 by Herman Dolder
Updated on February 18, 2014

The M&P plataform seeks to maximize the adaptability of applications in situations of high complexity demanding, for optimal users interaction, a maximum cross-platform portability, distributed processing on Internet, parallel processing, and the use of mobile devices.To resolve these situations of high complexity, which are becoming more frequent, M&P proposes a modular dynamic dataflow architecture that uses plug-and-play components.

In this post we describe the main concepts and facilities of the M&P H5J platform.

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M&P H5J Cross-platform Portability

Sunday, March 3rd, 2013
Posted on March 3, 2013 by Herman Dolder
Updated on February 17, 2014

M&P H5J allows to develop modular ultraportable applications for a large number of platforms.This article enumerates all the platforms in which H5J works at present.

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