The king is dead - long live the king
Thu 29 Jan 2015, 02:46 PMTweet
by Ben Langhinrichs
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What has been said:
1078.1. Paul Withers (29/01/2015 15:30)
Good points. It reminds me a lot of Internet Explorer. It had a proprietary way of doing things in a way no one else did. But it's been popular. Now they've realised the world is bigger than one platform - the desktop - so have moved more in line with standards. The Notes Client was king, but a lot of work is now done in browsers or mobile, for business and especially mail. But we're stuck with legacy. Equally I think it will be a very long time before developers can only support older web apps on Internet Explorer 11+. Unless businesses get a real kick from employees who demand modern.
1078.2. Ben Langhinrichs (01/29/2015 05:31 PM)
I do think a lot of companies will "get the message" and move legacy apps to the web, but it remains to be seen whether they move to IBM's web or someone else's.
1078.3. Chris Miller (01/31/2015 01:59 PM)
humorous that the eclipse version was built to strengthen the client and mail and the browser plugin does not have email