Hi, I need to know what sort of apps can be embed into a webpage. For example there is Flash which is a plugin of course, but it is not enough sophisticated for making a "real" application. There is also Java, but personally I don't really like Java and today it is not widely supported (I think because of security-reasons, right?). Would it be possible embedding some Delphi or VC++ application into a webpage so that after the user clicks on some Start-button it is loaded and will run in his browser? It doesn't need to have its own forms, I prefer it running embedded in a webpage... Is this possible? I think this could be done with ActiveX, but not sure. Also I don't know if when going this way the full capabilities of Delphi can be used, or are there any restrictions? Second question: is it possible to embed for example some Delphi-DLL and a Flash-applet (for the GUI) into the same webpage so that the user sees the nice Flash-GUI which itself is interacting with the DLL?
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