Ryan Adzima of Techvangelist writes about WFD5 presenter AirTight Networks:
I’m sitting here at Airtight Networks for Wireless Field Day watching a demo of their new wireless networking offering. Right off the bat all the delegates in the room noticed one thing, HTML5 interface. On top of that it’s simple, clean, intuitive, logical, customizable, and colorful (but not in-your-face-made-of-fairy-vomit colorful). It works. It’s fast. It’s probably even usable on an iPad or Nexus 7. You know why? It’s not made from Flash. It’s made using web standards. Oddly enough, they’re not the only one so it can’t be voodoo. It has become commonplace for young companies to build beautiful interfaces and make them logical and customizable.
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