Posts Tagged ‘html5’
Microsoft’s SkyDrive, a web service that provides cloud storage for end user files, has just acquired a revamped user interface – and it is HTML5 based. How can Microsoft expect independent developers to base their future on Silverlight when Microsoft itself is abandoning it like a sinking ship?
All the big Microsoft guys post about the positioning of Silverlight and HTML5
“As part of the continued support for scenarios that require plug-in based capabilities, we will ship a beta of Silverlight 5 at MIX, with some great demos for compelling scenarios. And as we stated in the summary above, we believe Silverlight delivers the richest set of plug-in based capabilities available to developers today, making the choice of Microsoft technologies even more compelling in aggregate. At MIX, we’ll also talk about Windows Phone and the developer experience with Silverlight, XNA, and Visual Studio.”