This is absolutely the most educational session at build.
Reveals how trite it is to ask "which is better?"
There isn't one tool to rule them all. Come on already!
Though XAML's pretty close.
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Jerry Nixon is a seasoned Developer Architect on the Microsoft Platform. Jerry has worked with Insurance, Non profit, and Financial Verticals. He has built and delivered solutions for Enterprise, Mobile, and Commercial. Jerry has taught students and professional developers throughout the country. He has presented at local events, regional first and third-party conferences, and national events including Dev Connections, Dev Intersections, Code Camp, Dev Days, Dev Camp, Day of .Net, Microsoft Build, TechEd, and more. Today, Jerry is the Microsoft Developer Evangelist in Colorado. working closely with the XAML stack on Windows and Windows Phone - spreading the love.
|Coffeehouse||Windows 8 Apps: Xaml vs. HTML5||31||May 23, 2012 at 8:53 AM|
That Chris Caldwell really knows how to put 'em together.
@George: Yeah. The API is clever enough to look for every available avenue. It's a heuristic that measures battery cost, bandwidth cost, and accuracy. Should a SIM be in the device, as I understand it, it does not matter.