Visual WebGui Rides the XAML Wave
June 14, 2010 :: 1555 Views
Mitchell Pronschinske wrote the following article about the new VWG XAML which was published on .NET Zone:
Visual WebGui (VWG) is giving a sneak peak at a new alternative to its current WinForm paradigm. Microsoft rich application development is quickly shifting towards XAML, which is the markup for WPF, Silverlight, and Windows Phone 7. Now VWG is making that shift too with new declarative programming facilities. This change also removes the need for the Visual Studio IDE by supporting on-demand compilation and notepad-style ftp editing.
Visual WebGui is considered an extension to ASP.NET in Visual Studio (now with 2010 support) that uses the WinForms paradigm to develop desktop-grade web apps. These definitions are now changing with VWG's decision to help web developers get acquainted with a new paradigm for VWG that uses only markup declarative paradigms. The VWG Sites will help web developers that haven't seen the VB6-like WebForms paradigm transition into VWG...
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