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I am a Delphi Developer using SQL Server mostly as backend database.

I am forced to stay in the Delphi world since my job is to maintain and evolve a legacy application. I say "I am forced" since I don't believe delphi has a future.

I started learning asp.net for a future project i need to lead.

i am currently reading HTML5 books to have anothe perspective.


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comment MVC to create desktop and mobile webapps?
Thanks for the answer, could you be more specific about "ASP.net MVC is a real nice framework but the problem is when it come to client side work, the framework will start to become problematic." ?
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comment MVC to create desktop and mobile webapps?
By further researching I realized that ASP.NET MVC with 2 views per form (one for mobile phone, one for tablet AND pc) seems a convenient way to go.
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comment MVC to create desktop and mobile webapps?
Ok thanks to all for the useful comments. I will try to identify the most suitable MVC solution for my needs. If anyone want to answer i will accept.
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comment MVC to create desktop and mobile webapps?
@DFord thank you. But going this way how can i use asp.net in the backend? only for loading data that the front end requests? in ASP.NET MVC the html is served by the server.
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comment MVC to create desktop and mobile webapps?
@DFord you comment puzzles me. I don't understand what exacatly to you mean.
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comment MVC to create desktop and mobile webapps?
I am not sure since i am researching, but if i am not going to use .net i could try some js MVC framework and write a HMTL5/css/js app. In that case MVC too. To my understanding MVC helps to avoid to keep 2 techstacks to develop the same app for 2 devices. What sounds strange to me is that MVC is always praised for "separation of concerns" and "ease of testing" and not for "multidevice developemeent" so I want to be sure it is for this too and that i didn't do a wrong assumption.
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comment Is the GoF book still the one to read?
Thanks for the links. My first feeling is that if one doesn't need super control of algorithm details it makes more sense to develop with these kinds of languages. I can imagine that the current scenario is too many people using Java/c#/Delphi while they could be more productive in Python and Co. Am I correct?
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comment Is the GoF book still the one to read?
This is a very interesting answer. For me this is a totally new coincept. I am a Delphi developer (so somehow facing the same problems that java/c# developers face), but I am interested in learning new things. May you please shed some more light (maybe giving me a reference to a link) on " the patterns are a good way to solve some problems inherent to languages without higher-order constructs"? Thanks.