Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 23rd Mar 2006 23:28 UTC, submitted by anonymous
.NET (dotGNU too) On his blog, Mike Harsh of Microsoft writes that the support of WPF/E on the Macintosh platform will not be limited to a JavaScript engine: "WPF/E supports programmability through JavaScript for tight browser integration. The WPF/E package also contains a small, cross platform subset of the CLR and .NET Framework that can run C# or VB.NET code. Yes, we are bringing C# programming to the Mac."
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if it is spiderable, then it can be read and dealt with by screen readers (which is a huge issue with flash)

MS might want to open it all the way and make it a W3C standard.

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