Is WPF really dead? Will Microsoft embrace HTML 5.0? Will the IE team simply bolt on APi's via JS/HTML5? All these questions and more. According to Barnes, Microsoft is in intense debate over the future of HTML 5.
Former Silverlight Product Manager Scott Barnes has developers scrambling for more information
The first phase of API management was about realizing the business value of APIs. This next wave of API management enables the hyper-connected enterprise to drive and scale their businesses as API models become more complex and sophisticated. Today, real world product launches begin with an API program and strategy in mind. This API-first approach to development will only continue to increase, driven by an increasingly interconnected web of devices, organizations, and people.
To support this rapid growth, …
Packaged application development teams frequently operate with limited testing environments due to time and labor constraints. By virtualizing the entire application stack, packaged application development teams can deliver business results faster, at higher quality, and with lower risk.