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From "eberhard speer jr." <ses...@ducis.net>
Subject Re: .NET Clients and Visual Studio Code
Date Thu, 30 Apr 2015 11:46:47 GMT
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Hi,

as I have indicated on a number of occasions I totally don't get this
desire to Java-fy everything.
I would like to keep the 'core' DeviceMap code as 'clean' as possible.
By that I mean -- this also, in answer to Reza's earlier question on
how I see the future :
- - zero dependencies
- - CLI compliant [.Net specific]
- - as platform/language agnostic as possible
- - as accurate, fast and small as possible
so it can be embedded, dropped, integrated into any other application
with zero effort. [Basically, as it is now.]
In that scenario I imagine DeviceMap 'core' in for example :
- - a canonical DDR compliant client
- - a web service
- - a client targeting specific user-agent types [bot, OS, version]
- - a 'vanilla' MVC client
- - a log analysis tool
- - ...
[I once 'embedded' an Java DeviceMap client in a Tomcat server.]
They each have their own specifics with regard to environment, logging
etc and the core should neither impose limits nor add a burden to that.

I agree that DeviceMap should provide examples of such clients and
encourage the development of them but these can only thrive if we :
a) keep the 'core' clean and lean [and yes, a little mean]
b) work on the data !

;)

esjr
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