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  1. So I've got this conundrum for a web-based drawing app I'm trying to have made. It's one where users can connect in real-time to draw with each other in the same space (like an interactive whiteboard). This has been done plenty of times in Flash (sites like FlockDraw). But how practical would it be in HTML? Trouble is, I've had difficulty finding the right sort of ActionScripters for the job, the program would then require Flash which isn't always available (iPhone, iPad...), and mobile compatibility is quite important. On the other hand DRM is virtually nonexistent on HTML, certainly not near the security Flash offers if that were needed. I'm also skeptical how Canvas would perform, and ultimately the image quality compared to Flash. An HTML program called Sketchpad is excellent at this, but how would that fare with many users online? Any advice is most appreciated. ☺
  2. Hello, I am wanting to create a function on my website that allows visitors to use their cursor to draw. The visitor is not required to make any selections to do this. I would have an area where as soon as the cursor moves a thin line or trail will be left wherever the cursor goes - effectively allowing them to draw. This trail would remain until they leave or refresh the site. I have seen this done on a website a few years ago but unfortunately I don't have examples to illustrate. Can anyone offer advice as to how this may be done? Would this require JavaScript or something else? Any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks Paul
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