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    under review  ·  515 comments  ·  Visual Studio IDE » .NET  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Anonymous commented  · 

    Personally I think that this direction is a must for the future, if only to cope with the Internet of Things and all that encompasses. However eprom-type frameworks are advanced and fine for most situations but due to the increase of visualization devices connected to applications, some thought should be given to integrated proper Responsive Technologies and how these can be interlinked with the VS development. For example, the devices planned for my new kitchen do have displays, internet access and Ethernet connectivity. What I don't want to do is develop numerous domestics applications to suit display devices. Having said that, there are many examples where ubiquitous devices have severely gone wrong - I don't need my toaster squabbling with my kettle or my fridge ordering products just because it feels like it. And it would be very nice to have a single ubiquitous programming framework and language to deal with all this rather than a multitude of software technologies. There is only so much I can keep up with in my life both at home and work. However, great you are thinking along these lines.

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