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Rich Internet Applications - WPF/E becomes Silverlight

Rich Internet Applications - WPF/E becomes Silverlight

Show #60 Apr 20 2007 plus show notes

We discuss "Web 2.5" as Silverlight (ne WPF/E) is announced. Seems that Rich Cross-Platform Runtimes quickly approach from both Microsoft and Adobe. What does this mean to the average developer? We also try to make up for some misinformation we spread in Show 46 on WPF/E, and while we do it, we probably speculate wildly and spread more.

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