Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 24th Aug 2007 13:16 UTC, submitted by steverez1
Internet & Networking "Microsoft has released a new showcase of its Silverlight web development frameworks, a graphical search engine called Tafiti. Tafiti, which means 'do research' in Swahili, is an experimental frontend to Microsoft's Live Search engine. It presents search options in three panes on the screen: the left pane is for entering search queries and switching between image, RSS, Web, and News, the middle pane contains the search results, and the right pane is used to 'dock' results using drag-and-drop for looking at later."
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RE[6]: Just like everything else
by segedunum on Sun 26th Aug 2007 12:28 UTC in reply to "RE[5]: Just like everything else"
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The point is, Silverlight does do things all those don't do.

That's a fantastic piece of double dutch, saying Silverlight is different doesn't make it so.

Flash does a few things silverlight doesn't do as well.

Not really. Is more where the focus is for both of them in terms of programmers and designers, and the tools available.

It's a little thing called "advantages" and "disadvanages". Competition is a good thing.

I can't disagree with competition, and I think it will make SWF far better if anything. However, it's the same old NIH attitude with Microsoft and the notion that what they are doing is somehow new and more spectacular.

Edited 2007-08-26 12:29

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Are you trying to say that Flash and Silverlight do the exact same things and have no distinctions?

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