I wrote a comment at Keith Pleas weblog in reply to another comment that stated:
"Because cross-platform is a silly concept that only works on paper. The truth is, 98% of the world uses only two platforms (Windows and Mac). It doesn't make sense to use a crappy data entry design (the browser) just so 2% of the world can run it."
My reply: "Standard mistake. It's not the clients that should be cross platform, it's the data. Then you can implement clients for any platform. In a network, data is important, not code."
Thursday, October 11, 2007
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