Kohana php is more suitable to use in building new and large scale projects. Social networking is revolutionizing the world. Service providers want to provide innovative services for their users. Users want plat form independent, hassle free service either through online applications or mobile applications.
Widgets are often designed in the form of on-screen tools like clocks, event countdowns, auction-tickers, stock market tickers, flight arrival information, daily weather etc.
Widgets may improve the appearance of your websites or Blog posting. Search engines also check for the functionalities offered by the widgets.
Widget engine is that is capable of providing audio visual applications enabled by the widgets specifically generated. Opera is the only widget engine that has been approved by W3C standards. Only 3% of internet users are making use of opera. Many Opera users configure their browser to identify itself as Internet Explorer .Opera supports Windows , Mac OS X, Linux x86-64, Linux PowerPC ,Linux i386 , FreeBSD i386, FreeBSD AMD64.
N.dot in offers N.Sandwich platform that could provide active, secure widgets. Opera is the only commercial web browser available. N.Sandwich developed in Kohana php, is most ideal for interfacing by mapping data.
Opera serves excellent widgets for interfacing infotainment applications for the end user.
W3C recommends: User agents running widgets are expected to provide access to potentially sensitive APIs like phone book, calendar, file system, etc. All these expose data that must not be exposed without the user’s consent.
The purpose of this specification is to define the security model for network interactions from within a widget that has access to sensitive information. It provides means for a widget to declare its intent to access specific network resources so that a policy may control it.
The widget execution scope is that one being the execution context for code running from documents that are part of the widget package. The revolution in the semantic web application will definitely have a bright future for widgets and Opera.