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Michael Aufreiter authored November 26, 2011

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 Considering that browsers have already started to gain hardware acceleration support for graphical operations, it is likely that in the near future web-native technologies with respect to Information Visualization will be on par with traditional graphics programming environments.
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-However, even if low level interfaces are continuously improved, there is a great demand for higher level interfaces. Tools that have been covered in this thesis are just a start. API's should influence each other in order to create better abstractions. Moreover, the availability of expressive abstractions may influence browser-native API's as well. A prominent example for this is the upcoming ECMAScript 6 Standard. It will contain language constructs adapted from CoffeeScript\footnote{http://http://coffeescript.org}, a higher-level language that compiles to Javascript and exposes a simpler syntax. In the same way high quality visualization toolkits could influence native graphical interfaces. Every developer is enabled to contribute here, as it is not just up to the specification committee (W3C\footnote{http://www.w3.org/}) how future graphical interfaces will look like.
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+However, even if low level interfaces are continuously improved, there is a great demand for higher level interfaces. Tools that have been covered in this thesis are just a start. API's should influence each other in order to create better abstractions. Moreover, the availability of expressive abstractions may influence browser-native API's as well. A prominent example for this is the upcoming ECMAScript 6 Standard. It will contain language constructs adapted from CoffeeScript\footnote{http://coffeescript.org}, a higher-level language that compiles to Javascript and exposes a simpler syntax. In the same way high quality visualization toolkits could influence native graphical interfaces. Every developer is enabled to contribute here, as it is not just up to the specification committee (W3C\footnote{http://www.w3.org/}) how future graphical interfaces will look like.

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