Microsoft ‘pops’ into the mashup space

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Mashup fans, rejoice! Microsoft has opened up access to their mashup beta.

Techcrunch has coverage , CNET has coverage , O’Reilly Radar has a post , Mashable , Webpronews , and more is sure to come. I’ve also about Popfly in the past.

Popfly should do great things for increasing consumer awareness of mashup technology. It also has a great name. [Though, I really prefer "Microsoft Visual Mashup Creator Express, October 2007 Community Tech Preview "] :-)

One item of particular interest is the ability for developers to code new Popfly ‘modules’ using Microsoft Visual Studio. That’s a great feature, indeed. It’s somewhat a shame, however, that Microsoft has tied this software so heavily to MS tools and runtimes. Requiring MS Visual Studio for in-depth development and for your users to all have the run-time isn’t ideal, but regardless — Popfly is pretty cool stuff!

I’m looking forward to getting my hands on Popfly and coding up some modules to allow for really fun back-end processing. Combining these two systems should provide for some interesting possibilities.discount code 5%:_879981
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