Porting our cancer application to HTML5

When Microsoft released WPF and Silverlight , I thought it was the perfect technology to build healthcare applications. We invested lot of money and time to build a very comprehensive product.

To everyone’s surprise, Microsoft decided to phase out Silverlight and embrace HTML5 wave. I was not sure what to do. Finally decided to invest time and money to convert our Silverlight Application to HTML5


I just wanted to share one of the screens (still in the alpha phase). Intention is to show the patient’s diagnosis in a very effective manner.

I am contemplating on showing tumor size and Tumor response details also (there is enough real estate in there). Decided to show the Onset Date on its own column (even though it is taking so much space) so that users will have the ability to sort (and filter if needed!)


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