[YO EDINBURGH!] Microsoft Open-Sources It's Toolkit For Making iOS Apps Run On Win 10

Roger Eller roger.e.eller at sealedair.com
Mon Aug 10 20:03:07 CEST 2015


Thankfully, hardware convergence is finally coming.  If the latest
generation Atom processors had been around when the iPad took the world by
storm, we would have seen something quite different.  I can now get a fully
functional Dell tablet that is lighter and thinner than an iPad, but it can
run LiveCode any other Windows application.  These Win tablets have GPS
and accelerometers, so why not support them?  Check out the latest Android
Lollipop LapTabLopLet (what else would you call it?):  The Dell Venue 10
7000
<http://www.dell.com/us/p/dell-venue-10-7040-tablet/pd?p=dell-venue-10-7040-tablet>
.


On Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 1:13 PM, Mark Talluto <userev at canelasoftware.com>
wrote:

>
> > On Aug 10, 2015, at 10:00 AM, Roger Eller <roger.e.eller at sealedair.com>
> wrote:
> >
> > I wouldn't know.  Why?  Because I chose LiveCode (actually MetaCard)
> > because my code could be written only once, and it worked the same on
> Mac,
> > Win, and Irix at that time.  Sure there were always shell calls once in a
> > while, but overall, the original designers of the language put in some
> real
> > effort to make it that way, and I truly appreciate all the work that went
> > into making it so seamless.
>
> I appreciate your desire for a fully unified experience. Keep in mind,
> technology has changed a lot since MetaCard. And, features have improve and
> become more complex since MetaCard. It is one thing to write data to a file
> using a unified method for all platforms. It is another to address mobile
> specific features between each OS with varying levels of sophistication.
> Even Apple uses a different/modified OS between all its hardware line.
>
> Where equality breaks in LiveCode, it seems reasonable to me. It looks
> like this will only continue until the various OS and hardware manufactures
> get together and unify what is available on each system. Desktops will be
> the last ones to get GPS and accelerometer support. Not holding my breath
> on that.
>
>
> Best regards,
>
> Mark Talluto
> canelasoftware.com
>
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