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Silverlight comming to Nokia Phones

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Silverlight                Nokia E61i

Nokia announced to make Silverlight the Flash alternative being pushed by Microsoft, avaliable for Symbian S60, S40 and Internet Tablet Devices, which will be available by the year end. it means people with Nokia Devices will be able to see content, notably video, written for Silverlight.

“This is an important relationship on so many levels. Working with Nokia means we are easily able to reach a huge number of mobile users, including customers of all S60 licensees. This is a significant step in gaining broad acceptance for Silverlight and ensuring it is platform agnostic. This is critical since we want to make sure developers and designers don’t have to constantly recreate the wheel and build different versions of applications and services for multiple operating systems, browsers and platforms,” said S. Somasegar, Senior Vice President of Microsoft’s Developer Division.

I certainly dont know what gonna happen but i think Microsoft is just trying hard to make Silverlight appealing to developers by making it available on a large number of platforms as different edditions for Windows, Mac, Linux and cell phones. All the main features of Silverlight, including video and interactive Web application development, will be included in all mobile versions.

Source: Nokia

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Written by Ankur

March 6, 2008 at 11:29 pm

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  1. Check for the typo:
    different edditions for Windows

    And secondly, this technology is not available for Linux AFAIK
    Only for Vista,SP SP2,2000,Server2003, Mac OSX for PPC and Intel

    Nowhere is Linux in the scene…. Whereas Flash is available for Linux too

    Manish

    March 7, 2008 at 12:03 pm

  2. Well there is MoonLight http://www.mono-project.com/Moonlight which is build on mono and is completely opensource
    and Microsoft is working with Novell for a Linux Client

    Ankur

    March 7, 2008 at 1:35 pm

  3. I saw a demo on Silverlight by some microsoft ppl in BarCamp here.. its great!!

    rav

    March 19, 2008 at 10:09 pm


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