html5

New HTML5 tags you need to know about

HTML5 brings a host of new elements and attributes to allow developers to make their documents more easily understood by other systems (especially search engines!), display data more uniquely, and take on some of the load that has required complex JavaScript or browser plug-ins like Flash and Silverlight to handle. Here are some new items… Continue reading New HTML5 tags you need to know about

html5, IT Trends

Wanted: serial killer. Nickname: HTML5. Victims: Silverlight, Flash….What`s next?

Not so long ago we discussed that HTML5 will replace Silverlight in Windows8. And now new triumph of HTML5. Adobe decided to kill Flash for mobile and focus its attention on HTML5. Think most of you have heard about it as Adobe`s message triggered hot discussions on different techforums and in Ln. To my mind,… Continue reading Wanted: serial killer. Nickname: HTML5. Victims: Silverlight, Flash….What`s next?

Silverlight, Windows

Windows 8: The death of the silverlight framework?-unexpected continuation: it will die out for sure.

Windows 8: The death of the silverlight framework? That was the question that I asked to LI users and it triggered a great deal of debate. And now we can say for sure that Silverlight is dead , my friends. Certainly it won`t happen right now, tomorrow or the day after tomorrow, as the customers… Continue reading Windows 8: The death of the silverlight framework?-unexpected continuation: it will die out for sure.

Sharepoint, Silverlight

Silverlight in SharePoint: Overview and a View on the Future

In the beginning there was SharePoint, a platform for collaboration and content management. It allows people to work together. It’s an easy task to set up a site where people can share information and manage documents from start to finish. SharePoint 2007 was already good, but SharePoint 2010 is even better. New features such as… Continue reading Silverlight in SharePoint: Overview and a View on the Future

.NET, Silverlight, Windows

Windows 8: The death of the Silverlight framework?

I think many of you have been keeping up with the Windows 8 announcements and you are aware that Microsoft made a bit of a stir in the .NET development community with their 10 minute demo of Windows 8. They explicitly mentioned HTML5 and JavaScript as the ways to build new-look Windows 8 applications while… Continue reading Windows 8: The death of the Silverlight framework?