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comment Is Silverlight suitable for an enterprise class web-based product UI?
IMHO JS is a niche' skillset which over time could get very difficult to retain and maintain. Agree on the part that we would require plugins for interfacing with external hardware.
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comment Is Silverlight suitable for an enterprise class web-based product UI?
Sorry, if the tab objective was not clear. We are trying to open multiple tabs within the same SL app. The base application (without internal tabs) started with 50MB memory in task manager and on opening around 15 tabs (with various form controls and no processing logic) the memory shot up to 250+MB. On closing all the tabs, the memory utlization reduced but finally stayed put at 150MB. Hence the though of having multiple tabs on an app that could run 24hrs a day (without a logout) is being re-thought. Completely agree on the UI upgrade pain.
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comment Is Silverlight suitable for an enterprise class web-based product UI?
Thank you for your response Chris:
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asked Is Silverlight suitable for an enterprise class web-based product UI?