Microsoft presents Indigo technology preview

Posted on Thursday, March 17 2005 @ 0:51 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Microsoft released a technology preview of Indigo to its MSDN subscribers. Indigo is a new communications system to let Windows program communicate more easily with other software.
The goal of Indigo is to simplify the process of building distributed applications, where software components communicate across a network using Web services protocols. For example, the Indigo communications system will allow an application written with Microsoft's .Net tools to share information with a Java application without the need for special code to bridge the two systems.
More details about Indigo and Longhorn at Cnet

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