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2004/04/27 XAML

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Pronounced "Zammel", this is Microsoft's next development language, slated to appear with Longhorn. If you are an anti-Microsoft zealot, this is scary stuff. Yes, of course I'm an anti-Microsoft zealot..


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"However, the most powerful reason for devising a new markup language is the very close relationship between elements in a XAML file, and objects at runtime. Unlike any previous markup languages, XAML is designed to integrate directly with WinFX."

Ah, another opportunity for some Web based app to mangle your machine. And to think that Microsoft has turned over a new page in security. <Grin>

--BigDumbDinosaur



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