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September 16, 2005

Avalon Everywhere

Posted by David Hunter at 8:51 PM ET.

Or more, precisely Windows Presentation Foundation Everywhere (WPF/E) as Ed Oswald explains:

Like its bigger brother, WPF/E relies on XAML and JavaScript to build pages. Since older versions of Windows, as well as other operating systems such as Mac OS X, support JavaScript, a developer could use WPF/E to save development time by only coding a single application that can be deployed on many systems.

For example, at a PDC keynote this week, a Netflix application built upon XAML was demoed on the full Presentation Foundation in Windows Vista, then through WPF/E on a PDA and smart phone without a significant degradation in usability.

Filed under Conferences, PDC05, Technologies, WPF

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