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    XBAP - Smart clients hosted by the browser

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    Xbap's are .NET 3.0 WPF smart client applications that are hosted by the browser – IE 6 or IE 7 only at this point. It’s an ugly name XBAP… pronounced x-bap. XBAP is actually the extension of the file that you navigate your browser to in order to launch...
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    Not All Browser Based Apps are Reach Clients

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    Continuing on for a moment with our discussion of " reach clients ": An application that can run on any client regardless of hardware or operating system, that will never run into any download and installation problems, and that leaves no footprint...
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    Let's Talk Reach

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    I like to classify client applications into one of 4 buckets: Desktop. Smart Client Standards Reach Rich Reach Desktop and Smart Client apps I talked about in my previous post . So that leaves us these 2 “reach” categories. What do...
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    What is a Smart Client?

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    I’m going to try and describe what a smart client means to me, please let me know what you think. The focus of this conversation is on LOB apps, but the discussion applies to other scenarios. Without spending too much time on the obvious, I think...
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    It's My LOB App, But It's Not My Browser

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    IE 7 is coming and it will be delivered as a required update by Windows Update. This is another data point when considering whether or not to build LOB apps that are only wired to work properly in a specific browser. The day will come - it may take...
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    Bricks and Clicks

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    It's not an either-or world. Back in 1999, "bricks and mortar businesses" were going the way of the schooner, the steam powered "pure play Dot Com" businesses were going to motor right by all of the floundering store fronts as they sat waiting for a favorable...
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    Home Stretch

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    I sometimes forget that WPF is still not out of the oven. I talk and talk about WPF smart clients, when and where and why they make sense, how the developer and designer will be enabled with a new tool set to build next generation user experiences......
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    Lets talk smart client

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    Welcome to my new blog, I intend to wax on about all things client and user experience related - with a heavy bend towards the Microsoft smart client stack in LOB application scenarios. About me: Mark Feinholz. I work in the Developer & Platform...
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