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I keep finding myself drawing a diagram something like this so I thought I'd drop it here;

It comes up in debates about the various client technologies that we've got kicking around at the moment. I think you can argue as to whether Windows Forms and "WPF/E" should trade places and, also, whether there should really be 3 separate HTML-based entries and, also, Office would be another possible inclusion here as it's a client platform that sits on the screens of millions of users every day so it's very much a real platform.

This isn't some kind of "official" view, it's just how I think about these pieces.


Posted Thu, Oct 26 2006 1:27 AM by mtaulty

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Mark Johnston's Developer Experiences wrote Reach/richness of user experience technologies
on Thu, Oct 26 2006 4:29 AM
Mike Taulty in my team posted a great diagram describing the reach/richness of Microsoft presentation
Plip's Weblog wrote Spectrum of Knowledge
on Thu, Oct 26 2006 9:05 AM
Mike Taulty posted a great piece on the Spectrum of Richness an Reach which talks about and shows how
Plip's Weblog wrote Imagine Cup - Web Development
on Tue, Dec 12 2006 8:08 AM
I'm going to be judging the Imagine Cup this year in the Web Development arena. The job seems daunting
Andrew Fryer's Blog wrote What you see is what you get
on Fri, Nov 14 2008 5:14 AM
  Data Visualisation is one of my many interests and Marc Holmes showed us a bunch of wordles like