"staley" wrote: I was just curious why .Net was chosen for the back-end technology. When Adobe Air Powered by Adobe Flex is Cross platform. I’m not trying to sound like an Ad for Adobe and I don’t work for Adobe… but I am a Flex Developer.
.NET was chosen mostly because 1) it has WPF which is vector-based; 2) it allows to code in a functional language like F#. Tabbles is entirely written in F#, which greatly reduces development time; 3) the .net api is huge and well backed, which in our eyes reduced the risk not to find the function that will do what you need.
I confess I had never heard of Adobe Air, which is interesting, being cross-platform.
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