3305 readersJoin us on March 8 @ 12:00pm ET / 9:00am PT to hear Emmanuel Tissandie (Senior Technical Staff Member at IBM) and Christophe Jolif (Advisory Software Engineer at IBM), discuss Exploring choices for desktop and mobile RIA applications including: HTML5 (Dojo),...
1215 readersOver the last decade the HTML has been trying to be a better RIA solution. First came CSS, then came AJAX and Web 2.0; but, it is not until now with the rapid adoption of HTML5 that the lines are blurring between Adobe Flash, Microsoft SilverLight and HTML. In this article you will learn about
1890 readersBuilding a Flex application from the ground up is fun experience. But since Flex has only been around for 6 years and if your company has been around for longer than that, this means that your Flex application might have to co-exist with an existing HTML application (most likely server driven such as a PHP,
3540 readersMuch like a regular HTML application, a Silverlight application can be structured as a set of pages with navigation links between them. This allows not only for navigation within the Silverlight content but also for applications to surface their inner content via hyperlinks in just the same way as any other web content. This takes
2747 readersAt the latest PDC conference, only a very few mentions of Silverlight were observed. It seems that Microsoft is betting on HTML5 as the future for cross platform development. They even claim that Silverlight is now a Windows Phone development toolkit (read this article from ZDNet). So it is really safe to continue your developments
5456 readersSilverlight applications are simple in that there’s an HTML page that launches the plug-in and a packaging file format (XAP) for the code and resources themselves. Here, we take a quick look at how those applications are packaged and how we go from HTML page to running Silverlight code on the screen and also talk
2265 readersRIAction is here once again ! As of last year, we will be covering topics revolving around Rich Internet Application development. Topics to be covered includes: 1. Microsoft Silverlight 4 and Silverlight for Mobile 7 2. Adobe Flex 4 and Adobe Flash Builder IDE 3. Google Web Toolkit (GWT 2.0) and development AJAX websites using
8803 readersThe following tweet by Mike Downey caught my eye this morning. He announced that Microsoft have released Player Framework, which in their words is 'an open source video player framework for HTML5, Silverlight, Windows Phone and other application platforms'. Upon closer inspection it is the former Silverlight Media Framework, shifted towards HTML5. It's interesting to note
7883 readersThe following tweet by Mike Downey caught my eye this morning. He announced that Microsoft have released Player Framework, which in their words is 'an open source video player framework for HTML5, Silverlight, Windows Phone and other application platforms'. Upon closer inspection it is the former Silverlight Media Framework, shifted towards HTML5. It's interesting to
4801 readersHaving worked these last couple of months on a pure HTML/JS project at work, I'd thought I'd share a few pros and cons and random notes of working in both Flex and HTML/JS programming languages.I'm not here to bash one or the other, enough people do that, just some thoughts for you guys to draw
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