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Submission + - Windows 8: .NET versus HTML5 Metro app development (silicon-news.com)

An anonymous reader writes: Will Microsoft take advantage of .NET's Java-like CIL and allow .NET code to run on Windows 8, or force developers to switch to HTML5 Metro apps instead for porting apps to Windows 8? This article brings up important insights into both paradigm's advantages and disadvantages, and even correlates the options with Microsoft Windows's past NT-era support of MIPS and PPC, as well as Windows CE's way of supporting embedded architectures.
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Windows 8: .NET versus HTML5 Metro app development

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