Category Archives: HTML5

Modern Enterprise Applications – Native Application vs. Mobile Web

In my recent post, A Mobile Web Strategy, I covered some of the architectural decisions that go into build a mobile website.  I glazed over the process of choosing whether to a mobile web application or build a native application. … Continue reading

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Modern Enterprise Applications – A Mobile Web Strategy

In my last post, Modern Enterprise Applications, I started to look at what it takes to build a modern enterprise application.  Technological advances have added complexities to building enterprise application.  The expectations of enterprise users has changed. They expect to … Continue reading

Posted in HTML5, Modern Application, Silverlight, Software Architecture, User Experience, Windows 8, WP8 | 4 Comments

Windows 8 is Coming….Should I Care?

Recently I have been using the Developer Preview of Windows 8.  Back in September Microsoft announced how developers can build the next generation Windows applications. So Microsoft is trying to revamp its tablet industry while moving their operating system forward. … Continue reading

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Everything Goes in Cycles

Recently a colleague of mine at BlueMetal Architects presented to the following trend image: State of The Environment I find it funny how these things go in cycles.  It is like the cycle of Client/Server –> Desktop –> Distributed.  If … Continue reading

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“Update on the 5’s”

Microsoft’s MIX11conference is next week in Las Vegas. This is Microsoft’s conference dedicated to UX.  It has been at this conference where the various versions of Silverlight have be announce/released.  It was at this, last year, that they announced the … Continue reading

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I can write my application in classic ASP but do I really want to?

I can write my application in classic ASP and satisfy all my requirements but do I really want to. There has been a lot of hype around Silverlight vs. HTML5. I started into the conversations with “The Future of Silverlight”  … Continue reading

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