Nov 8, 2009
(3 votes)

Tic Tac Gadget

This is totally cool gadget. Who can resist a multi (well 2) player game?

It's also totally useful. Instead of procrastinating web editors, business owners and developers alike can spend hours competing among themselves on the dashboard. On a 1 to 10 scale the business value of this gadget is negative.

The technical quality is totally over the top. The gadget features the most snazzy silverlight interface imaginable (you know, rich internet applications) and a super-cool duplex WCF service connection for instant feedback and the quickiest of games.

To make things even better it's all totally open. The code is completely exposed in the most embarassing of ways over at codeplex.

Obviously, the gadget is totally in time for the market. A gadget is never late, nor is it early, it arrives exactly when it was meant to.

You will find the download along with installation instructions over here.

Happy playing!

Nov 08, 2009


Sep 21, 2010 10:32 AM

Nice! You totally have to add Open Gadgets 2009 tag to get PlayStation :)

Sep 21, 2010 10:32 AM

Thanks, I added the tag. Unfortunatly the competition is fierce and a lot of much cooler gadgets are already out.

Sep 21, 2010 10:32 AM

Totally awesome.

Sep 21, 2010 10:32 AM

Installed the Gadget and it worked like a charm! One IE and one Chrome browser running different users with me in the middle - how could I loose?

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