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The Changing Face Of The Web

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Slides delivered at the Microsoft Architect Council event in April 2009 - by Woody Pewitt, Microsoft

Slides delivered at the Microsoft Architect Council event in April 2009 - by Woody Pewitt, Microsoft

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  • 1. We will explore the investments Microsoft has made and is making in web technology Woody Pewitt woodyp@microsoft.com
  • 2. Web Interface Spectrum • HTML • HTML With Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) • AJAX • SilverLight
  • 3. Microsoft Web Investments Past, Current & Future • Server – Internet Information Server (IIS, now Internet Information Services) • Static Content • ISAPI Extensions – Active Server Pages (ASP) • VB Script • COM Access – ASP.NET • Common Language Runtime (CRL) – ASP.NET AJAX • ASP.NET AJAX Control Toolkit – ASP.NET Model–View–Controller (MVC) • Client – Internet Explorer – SilverLight • SilverLight Tools – Web Platform Installer • Windows Web App Gallery
  • 4. ASP.NET • Ease of Development – Simplified page development model – Target any Web client (PC or mobile device) – Modular, well-factored, extensible architecture – Superior debugging and tracing support • Performance, Scalability, Reliability – Compiled, not interpreted – Rich Caching Support – Web farm scalable session state – Automatically detects and recovers from errors • Ease of Deployment and Configuration – No need to bring down web server – Deploy and upgrade running apps with XCOPY, – XML Configuration files
  • 5. ASP.NET AJAX http://www.asp.net/ajax/
  • 6. ASP.NET MVC • Benefits – Testability – More control over markup – User-friendly and SEO-friendly URLs – Access to ASP.NET providers
  • 7. Internet Explorer • IE1 (August 1995) – later 1.5 was released for Windows NT adding support for basic table rendering • IE2 (November 1995) – Added SSL, cookies, VRML, RSA • IE3 (August 1996) – Partial CSS support, ActiveX controls, Java applets, inline multimedia, and the PICS system • IE4 (September 1997) – Group Policies, stability improvement & OS Integration • IE5 (March 1999) – First version of XMLHttpRequest (giving birth to Ajax), supported XML & XSLT • IE6 (August 2001) – DHTML enhancements, content restricted inline frames, partial support of CSS level 1 and DOM level 1 • IE7 (October 18, 2006) – Ouch! ActiveX controls hosted out of process • IE8 – Passes the Acid2 Internet Explorer on Wikipedia
  • 8. Internet Explorer
  • 9. Internet Explorer 8
  • 10. SilverLight
  • 11. Web Platform Installer
  • 12. Woody Pewitt woodyp@microsoft.com