The Popfly effort has two main parts. Popfly Creator is the toolset. Popfly
Space is an online "community of creators," in the words of Developer
Division head S. "Soma" Somasegar, for hosting and sharing projects
built with the technology.
According to Microsoft statements, Popfly is intended to appeal to a broad
audience, from nontechnical users pushing together dynamic Web experiences to
use AJAX, DHTML or Silverlight for the user interface, Microsoft said. A Block
Builder SDK includes pre-built blocks and source code, as well as tools for
writing custom blocks, according to Microsoft.
Popfly doesn't provide any support for server-side processing, nor does it
support Silverlight 1.1, which includes a version of the Common Language Runtime
for more robust application delivery. Still, Popfly should help Microsoft counter
recent mashup rollouts, such as Yahoo Pipes, while providing a vehicle for promoting
Do you plan to get on the Silverlight bandwagon? E-mail me at [email protected].
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Microsoft, apparently trying to enhance every product it has with an AI-powered Copilot, announced a new one for the latest release of SQL Server Developer Tools (SSDT) in Visual Studio.
A cross-platform media player highlights the new Uno Platform 4.9, the latest edition of the application framework that lets developers write an application once in XAML and C# and deploy it to any target platform.
"As opposed to traditional deep learning (DL) model training, On-Device Training requires efficient use of compute and memory resources."
With Visual Studio v17.6 becoming generally available recently, Microsoft provided a peek at what's coming up in the next iteration, VS 2022 v17.7
Dev team shows how Welcome revamp was first presented and then how it was shaped by community feedback.
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