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Published: Apr 24 2012 / 18:40

Many people have been asking me about my predictions for the future as far as the mobile platforms go. I thought I would take a moment to write up a blog post detailing out what I think we will see in the next couple of years for mobile phones and tablets. Windows 8 changes everything Or at least it has the potential to. There are quite a few game changers built into Windows 8 that have a huge potential to influence and disrupt the market.
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Miloskov replied ago:

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I agree and I see the trend here but I dont agree that HTML5 or web apps Decrease no, I see increase of Web Apps that will run also on those Clients as PhoneGap is doing now but more mature. WinRT can be developed with C++ or C# fine thats traditional development but I think the point here for future is Javascript I just port a HTML5 app to WinRT with just few OS specific functions and if I want the Metro Look and Feel just create another CSS file on side with the Metro look.

So all in all I feel the future about software development is using Javascript on the client and on the server(V8/Node.js) with HTML5/CSS3 and some OS specific API's for each platform as Windows8/IOS/Android.

Exciting moments are comming for developers. Traditional Dev platforms will continue but will Decrease with time.

For Example the Qt Api version 5 the focus is on QtQuick a Javascript GUI framework on top of Qt/C++.
Everything is Javascript.

Im getting to like Javascript. :p

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