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Trends in HTML5 open web and mobile development

Hi,

I'd like to point out an opportunity to view a live session with a world leading expert in open web and client architecture, next-generation mobile and software development productivity. Jeffrey Hammond, a Prinicipal Analyst at Forrester Research will be co-presenting with Gizmox a free webinar tomorrow (April 24, 1PM EST) and will speak about market trends in enterprise software development and the changes brought on by the move to web apps and open web architectures.

Jeffrey and Gizmox will also discuss about the new development strategy in enterprise and how they are moving to the cloud and extend operations to mobiles. Gizmox will present its solution for extending enterprise client/server applications to HTML5 which can be consumed in any web browser and mobile device. There will also be a short live demo of example WinForms and VB6 applications moving to the web using the tools.

It is going to be very interesting to developers, managers and IT people, so don't miss it!It's Free and there are several spots left:
http://www.visualwebgui.com/Gizmox/Landing/tabid/674/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/987/Extending-Windows-Applications-to-HTML5-and-Mobile-Has-Never-Been-Easier.aspx

Thanks!


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# re: Trends in HTML5 open web and mobile development

Gravatar This is the future in this area. We should do it like you said. 4/28/2012 9:17 PM | timeline facebook

# re: Trends in HTML5 open web and mobile development

Gravatar I'm not sure HTML5 will spread so widely in the next few years. Even though it's cool and offers nice possibilities, the users will stick for a while with classic XHTML and JavaScript 5/16/2012 1:55 AM | Mallorca

# re: Trends in HTML5 open web and mobile development

Gravatar HTML5 is the biggest winner after Microsoft gave up on Silverlight and Adobe on Flash for rich internet applications. This is where everyone is looking at the moment and according to Forrester survey among development professionals HTML5 is already adopted by more than 20% who we can call early adopters. Another 40% of them are planning on adopting it in the next couple of years. 5/16/2012 6:52 PM | Webgui

# re: Trends in HTML5 open web and mobile development

Gravatar No doubt HTML5 has some amazing features. But it also has some cons. First of all, it is not compatible with all browsers. This is the biggest drawback. Although most of its features are compatible with Firefox, Safari, Chrome and Opera but there are many versions of IE which does not support HTML5 5/18/2012 2:03 AM | Croatia

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Gravatar There will also be a short live demo of example WinForms and VB6 applications moving to the web using the tools. 5/30/2012 5:15 AM | cloud storage

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# re: Trends in HTML5 open web and mobile development

Gravatar HTML5 is no longer in its early adoption phase. It is rapidly proliferating right across website and related web app design & deployment. 7/9/2012 7:13 AM | web applications developer

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Gravatar the users will stick for a while with classic XHTML and JavaScript 10/12/2012 6:17 AM | pool builders phoenix

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