But no matter what Microsoft confirms about Windows 8 come September, whether they decide to stop supporting .NET or put more emphasis on the advantages of HTML5 over it, VWG enables .NET to appear as HTML/HTML5 on the client. Visual WebGui ensures that Windows 8 does not mean the end for .NET development.
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Why Windows 8 does not mean the end for .NET development
A major part of any web-app developers process, is to decide whether or not to keep the state of a particular control or function and what data to retrieve from the server. While with stateful environment developers work within a structured, well-defined and visual environment in a stateless environment developers work in a fluid environment and have to take critical decisions and choices by themselves. The stateless environment is much more complex and risky as the developer also needs to write explicit code for each element based on their decision. Visual WebGui offers a solution that unlike ASP.NET and most web frameworks is stateful.
The following blog post describes the unique Visual WebGui approach that allows a stateful solution while eliminating the usual obstacles of storing the state of a web application.
State Management - Overcoming Data-Centric RIA Challenges - Visual WebGui Blog
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