Caplin's Patrick Myles on Navigating HTML5 Libraries, Tools

Patrick Myles, chief technology officer at software provider Caplin Systems

As Adobe and Microsoft prepare to sunset support for Flash and Silverlight, the surviving options for web-based development of trading applications are HTML5 or building native applications, Myles said, with a hybrid approach being the best avenue to take.

"When you talk about web development, HTML5 is really the only technology that people are starting projects with now," compared to Adobe Flash and Microsoft Silverlight, Myles said. "Flash and Silverlight were pretty much killed off by their

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