Over the past few weeks, there has been a flurry of online activity stemming from the //build/ conference, including many blogs interpreting all of the news. I am pretty proud of the thought-leadership our senior staff showed not ten, five or even one day after //build/, but actually during the conference. Some of the most circulated blog posts via twitter are the ones written by our Chief Evangelist, Todd Anglin, who provided an excellent decision tree designed to help you decide when to use Silverlight/WPF, HTML5, or the new Metro/WinRT for app development. I also recommend a post by our Executive VP, Doug Seven, who decrypted some left over questions from the now famous PowerPoint slide depicting the new Win 8 platform.
I think I have said this a million times in customer conversations, forum and blog posts: At the end of the day, you will use a technology that makes the most sense for the business challenges you are facing. What makes me happy is that even prior to the //build/ conference, we at Telerik were hard at work on all fronts—be it HTML5 or Metro/Win8, or even developing solutions for addressing challenges still looming on the horizon. Being the first 3rd-party tools vendor to have commercially available tools for Silverlight and Windows Phone 7, you can count on Telerik to be a leader again as the industry continues to evolve. No matter which platform you pick, we will always have time-saving tools for your development needs.
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