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Thursday, June 08, 2006

Full blown apps

Today's picture shows Flash 8 Professional running on the UMPC - full blown apps on a handheld device - how cool is that? (Sorry Ian, still rubbing it in! ;-)) For those of you with really keen eyes, the last post also showed a full blown app too - doesn't Word look different for v. 2007? I've signed up for beta testing of Office 07. First impressions - I really like the ribbon instead of the toolbars - it is surprisingly intuitive!


Anonymous Ian Stuart said...

How do you find the speed of the full blown apps? What about that awful 'Screen Real Estate'?

8:28 am  
Blogger ab said...

The spped of the app is fine, but any rendering is going to take time.

The screen is rescaled, but it is a handheld device, so I would expect to compromise in some way. You might have to keep opening and closing panels to work, but a small compromise on the grand scale of things, really. Haven't tried it with DV yet.

9:48 am  

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