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It almost seems like there's a trend against cross-platform kits. If people want to write once, run anywhere, they tend to use HTML - make a web site. People are only using the platform toolkits when a native look and feel is highly demanded, for example on the iPhone. So if the whole reason you're bothering with the non-web app is to get native look and ...


I tend to use cross-platform toolkits because they have better design, not because I'm trying to be cross-platform. For example, I work on projects written in C++ targeting the Windows platform only. Do I use win32 or MFC, pretty much the ONLY options available for native toolkit? Holy fsck no! They're pretty much the worst heaps of spaghetti garbage ...

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