Does that make any sense to you at all? That sounds like crazy talk to me! Am I the only sane man in a crazy world?But it seems clear to me that OS-specific SDKs are becoming a liability for desktop OS vendors.
Developers have clearly signaled their intentions: they want to make cross platform desktop applications that work right now using web technologies.
Just the urls, ma'am.
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- Grand Pooh-Bah
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- Tenth Dan Procrastinator
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Nope, you haven't been following the rise of perf of JS in browsers and the fact that browser apps have access to worker threads that effectively make use of multi-core cpus and even have been starting to get more direct access to the GPU. Why do you think Chromebooks even exist?