It’s a known assertion that software applications (desktop or distributed) are not truly platform agnostic. Even if a software application is developed as a cross-platform solution, it is very difficult to make it look and work identically across all platforms (operating systems). Hence, lately I’ve been thinking about the quest [continue reading...]
Today, most of what we use the Web for on a daily basis aren’t just web pages, they are “applications”. These applications, which run inside our Web browsers, are increasingly becoming more advanced in their functionality and more interactive in their usability.
The Web browser acts as the core container [continue reading...]
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything related to the Mono project, the open source (and cross-platform) implementation of Microsoft’s .NET. But something really interesting came up today. Mono has been ported to the iPhone. Last year, parts of the Mono Project, were also made available for [continue reading...]
The project I’m working on at work is gaining momentum, and we are nearly starting with the proof-of-concept architecture solution.