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Office 15 extensions will be built with HTML5, JavaScript

By Emil
Aug 3, 2011
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  1. Microsoft has already announced that it expects developers to create mobile-like applications using HTML5 and JavaScript for Windows 8. The software giant may be planning something similar for Office 15,…

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  2. "as if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror and were suddenly silenced. I fear something terrible has happened. " --Web Developers everywhere

    Unless of course the new office uses the webkit engine like they do on macs and not that daemon offspring of an engine it's got now.

    I guess we'll have to settle for trident. IE10s html5 support list might be a bit much to hope for.

    It's very exciting to see all these languages rolled into 1 focus. Blurring the line between web-app and stand-alone app.
  3. Of course we could all switch to Open/Libre Office instead.


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