Avalon and Indigo new names

Posted by: Guy Barrette, on 31 Jul 2005 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Avalon is now officially named the Windows Presentation Foundation.  This is the system which unifies the way Windows creates, displays and manipulates documents, media and user interfaces, enabling developers and designers to create visually-stunning, differentiated user experiences that improve customer connection. Indigo is now officially named the Windows Communication Foundation.  This is the system that unifies and extends todays distributed technology stacks to deliver a consistent,...

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