Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 29th Oct 2010 20:48 UTC
Microsoft Most websites glossed over this, but we didn't. Silverlight, once touted as Microsoft's answer to Adobe's Flash, has been retooled from its original purpose. Microsoft is betting big on HTML5 instead, turning Silverlight into the development platform for Windows Phone, and that's it. So... Silverlight is dead - long live Silerlight?
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RE: Good news for HTML5 ...
by renzska on Mon 1st Nov 2010 16:32 UTC in reply to "Good news for HTML5 ..."
renzska
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2010-11-01

I developed both http://www.muvaudio.com/ and http://www.muvunder.com/ in WPF. WPF definitely has a learning curve but it allows for some amazing things. Think of it as being similar to the the switch from MFC to Windows Forms.

Also, Blu, another twitter client, was created in WPF.

Developers are learning. Traction is building. Just give it time. HTML5 will be the same. It's hard to put a lot of effort into learning a new technology until you feel like it's where it needs to be and won't just disappear.

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