Re: Why it is not recommended? (was: Can we put SVG code in HTML?)
- --- In email@example.com, "Don XML" <donxml@h...> wrote:
> Browsing in Longhorn isn't done via another application (like IE oncurrent
> Windows) but is baked into the OS. The OS is a browser. The
> alpha I'm playing with does have IE, but I'm not sure if the finalthe
> version will. Also, MS isn't pitching XAML to be used over the
> Internet, but in corporate Intranets. Will some people use it on
> Internet, sure, but so far that isn't the main thrust of XAML.How will XAML be used on the Internet? Directly from the new OS? With
> DonMXL Demsak
a XAML viewer? With XAML built into IE by Microsoft?
Did I hear correctly that MS might phase out IE? If the OS is a
browser, that would make sense. And, if they aimed to replicate IE
market share, it would also be the ultimate strategy to "embrace and
extend" the Internet.