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I have some requirements in which I have to build an application which runs on client pcs and later it will be deployed for the web. First I thought, I can build a wpf application and later I will build an asp.net application with the same functionality. Then again , I will have to do the double-work for the same tasks. I was wondering if there is a way to build desktop application in asp.net mvc itself. And If I choose WPF for this application using MVVM framework, then still I will have to create the same application for the web. Tell me what should I do ?
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Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 14-Jul-14 9:35am
   
Why desktop application? Do only web application and access it from the intranet!
Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 14-Jul-14 11:27am
   
I would post this idea as the solution.
—SA

Why desktop application? Do only web application and access it from the intranet!
When you are ready for show-time expose your intranet site to the wide web in 5 minutes...
   
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JBobby 14-Jul-14 23:03pm
   
thanks :)
Desktop Application is for desktop, and Web Applications is for the web. So, have two options here. You can do a Web Application with MVC or do a Silverlight application (for Web via plugin & Desktop offline).

Use WCF for your data services ;)

Regards.
   
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Kornfeld Eliyahu Peter 14-Jul-14 13:06pm
   
If I'm not mistaken you browse different sites on your desktop every day...Why not browse one more - intranet - site?
In most cases there is no reason to develop two (or more) UI solutions for the same problem...
Christian Amado 15-Jul-14 8:14am
   
Yes, of course. I wrote Web Application or Silverlight. Company decides about intranet or internet directly. Regards.

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