Daivd Temkin, CTO of Laszlo Systems, puts Laszlo in context following the Macromedia Flex announcement. He writes that Laszlo is XML technology, not Flash technology:

“We think the Web is on the verge of a sea change, with the dual drivers of broadband and Web services, and we see an XML-based framework for RIAs as essential to this transition.” (read more)

Laszlo’s XML language and framework are a powerful way to create next generation web applications. SWF is a convenient output format, but Laszlo Presentation Server offers significant benefits over raw Flash. In fact, it offers significant benefits over any other method of developing an application user interface.

What do you think?