a year back when Microsoft started silverlight i was not sure about it’s future and with the pace they were proceeding. But in this short span Microsoft has taken some serious steps towards the development and interoperability of silverlight. Like for Linux platform a collaborative effort Moonlight (though i haven’t tested but it looks promising) is open source cross platform implementation of silverlight.
also news are around that Microsoft is testing beta for Silverlight for Android.
and just days ago they launched Silverlight for Symbian, such steps showed Microsoft’s strong efforts to strongly capture the Market which is currently owned by Adobe Flash.
i have gone through some good blogs Windows Phone takes the stage at Mix and Windows Phone 7 and Silverlight – Details Revealed
i think the guys is right… we are on a Technology Crossover… aren’t we?
HTML and the web page dominance is now over. A whole generation of users are growing up using devices and interacting with the internet only via Apps. Apps are our future; we are now living in the App Economy, as Business Week puts it.
Is the iPhone (and Android) the harbinger of death for web pages?
came across a news on Infoworld regarding .net Micro framework… Microsoft has release version 4.0 under Apache 2.0 license (Open Source 😐 ).. but i would simply say is Microsoft withdrawing from further investment on this?? i hope so NO… but amazingly TCP/IP stack and Crypto libraries are not included in this license… More can be found here
sorry guys today i disabled comments…. as there is no comments moderation system on Windows live i was getting hit again and again by spammers… and today it took me loads of time to go through each post and delete spam one by one…