This is amazing stuff. When i first heard of Avalon i really did doubt that Microsoft would get the designers right! When acrylic came out i was expecting that to be it and did not hold out too much hope for sparkle. How wrong was i. After leading teams
of developers and graphic designers on projects i really do understand how much use this is going to be. The increase in productivity and quality of software UX is going to be amazing.
Please hurry and get some CTPs for this out the door.
I think Mondad sounds splendid and I am very excited to see the command line interface evolving into something more powerful.
However, in the video Jefferey claims that MSH is more programmatic than Perl, Python and Ruby. I'd be interested to know what are the features that make MSH more programmatic than those languages? Did Jefferey have particular MSH language features in mind
when he made that comment?
You can use any .NET language to create MSH components