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There are at least 2 serious frameworks for Web using C++: Wt and cppCMS.
As for WinRT, the whole idea of writing sandboxed Windows applications is not very appealing to most C++ developers, since it has many limitations that feel uncomfortable, after all C++ is all about control.
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