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Migrating VB6 to HTML5 is not a fiction - Customer success story
All of you VB developers in the present or past would probably find it hard to believe that the old VB code can be migrated and modernized into the latest .NET based HTML5 without having to rewrite the application. But we have been working on such tools for the past couple of years and already have several real world applications that were fully 'transposed' from VB6 (VB6 to Web). The solution is called Instant CloudMove and its main tool is called the TranspositionStudio. It is a unique solution ......

Posted On Tuesday, August 28, 2012 11:33 PM

Disappearing Boundaries in the Post-PC/BYOD World
A lot has been written recently about how we live in the Post-PC world. But what does mean practically? Up until relatively recently, even as smartphones became more technology capable and increasingly widespread, there was still a clear boundary between ones mobile phone and one’s computer (whether a desktop or laptop). Mobile phones, even with the ability to check and send emails, check the news, or find the best directions on how to get to a specific restaurant, were still largely thought of primarily ......

Posted On Wednesday, July 25, 2012 1:57 AM

Extending applications to HTML5 & Mobile - recorded webinar
Hi,The recording of the webinar we did with Forrester Research recently is now available. At this opportunity I would like to thank Jefferey Hammond of Forrester who did a great job in discussing the Open Web, Cloud computing and Mobility trends and presenting the new development challenges they bring and why organizations need to rethink their application development strategies. The 2nd part of the webinar is a presentation from Gizmox, discussing the Instant CloudMove assessment and transposition ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 16, 2012 7:35 PM

Creating a Strong Bridge to the Post PC World
Moving from location to location requires strong roads. When crossing a barrier though, like a body of water or valley, we are required to build a strong bridge to get us from point A to point B in a way that is fast, safe, and easy.Yet we are not talking here about driving a car or riding a bus. As we in the computing world are evidencing the move to the post-PC era, modernizing and migrating legacy applications to harness the power of HTML5 web, cloud and mobile is one of the most difficult challenges ......

Posted On Sunday, June 24, 2012 11:29 PM

A BYOD World in Mobile Enterprise Brings the Need to Adapt
Yesterday brought a lot of news coverage that Cisco has stopped funding and planning its Cius enterprise-grade tablet. Citing “market transitions” in which an increasing number of people bring their own smartphones and tablets to work, Cisco General Manager OJ Winge said in a post on the company's official blog that “Cisco will no longer invest in the Cisco Cius tablet form factor, and no further enhancements will be made to the current Cius endpoint beyond what’s available today.” Employees are ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 29, 2012 11:58 PM

New Detailed Documentation for latest Visual WebGui versions/features
Hi,I know it is a bit late, but better late than... you know how it goes. So here is the detailed documentation of the latest WINWEB version 6.4.0 Release d / .NETHTML5 Beta3. The document is documenting the many new features added to the recent release, but it also touches base with more basic framework functionality. The purpose of the document is to serve Visual WebGui beginners as well as to support more advanced Visual WebGui developers. We decided to release the documentation even that it is ......

Posted On Thursday, May 24, 2012 1:29 AM

What should we do with our Windows CE/Windows Mobile apps?
I would like to share a post from the Visual WebGui Blog on ASP.NET. The post "The link between Windows CE/Windows Mobile applications, ASP.NET and HTML5" discusses the developer's alternatives when facing the need to update applications that were written for Windows CE and Windows Mobile. If you have written such application you are again facing a critical decision since Microsoft's current mobile platform - Windows Phone has no backwards compatibility to those not so old platforms."(organizations).... ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 9, 2012 6:46 PM

Trends in HTML5 open web and mobile development

Jeffrey Hammond, a Prinicipal Analyst at Forrester Research will be co-presenting with Gizmox a free webinar tomorrow (April 24, 1PM EST) and will speak about market trends in enterprise software development and the changes brought on by the move to web apps and open web architectures.

Posted On Monday, April 23, 2012 2:14 AM

New Enhanced Visual WebGui WINWEB and .NETHTML5 Versions
After a long wait and huge anticipation from the Visual WebGui community, I am happy to announce the release of new versions for the WINWEB and .NETHTML5 branches. The new 6.4.0 Release d and 6.4.0 beta3 versions are available after an extensive work on core capabilities of Visual WebGui including extension of existing controls and adding new controls such as Strip Controls, RibbonBar, DataGridView, ComboBox, PropertyGrid and RadioButton as well as some major enhancements to both versions in terms ......

Posted On Monday, April 2, 2012 6:49 PM

Application Migration: Windows/VB6 Apps to ASP.NET HTML5
I would like to invite you to a fascinating webinar on extending applications to HTML5 and Mobile that we are doing in collaboration with Jeffrey S. Hammond, Principal Analyst serving Application Development & Delivery Professionals at Forrester Research.The webinar is free and it will will introduce the substantial changes brought on by the move to Web Applications and Open Web architectures, and the challenges it places on application development shops. We’ll also introduce how we at Gizmox ......

Posted On Sunday, April 1, 2012 7:24 PM

.NET developers finally get their HTML5 Mobile Framework
The new mobile framework we released today extends to Enterprise Mobility the revolution that Visual WebGui brought to Enterprise RIA Applications. Just like Visual WebGui for Web, the new Enterprise Mobile framework also provides a classic .NET development paradigm within Visual Studio. This allows leveraging existing development skillset for building HTML5 mobile applications and extending enterprise IT to the post PC era. The new framework is optimized for enterprise mobility and supports the ......

Posted On Tuesday, March 13, 2012 1:19 AM

Microsoft Developers finally get a .NET Framework for HTML5 Mobile Applications

A first preview of the new .NET Mobile Framework is due towards the second half of January 2012 which makes Visual WebGui the first framework within the Microsoft camp that allows leveraging existing skillset to develop HTML5 mobile applications.

Posted On Tuesday, December 27, 2011 1:56 AM

The votes are in and winners chosen for a free Visual WebGui ProStudio License

Gizmox is announcing the winners of a free ProStudio license and thanks all for taking the time to vote for Visual WebGui as the best add-in and cloud computing product or service.

Posted On Tuesday, October 4, 2011 12:01 AM

3 Buzz-words that every CIO hears but 1 they should listen to.

Anyone that’s managing an enterprise with aging or outdated client/server systems is starting to feel the heat. The 3 major buzz-words are rewrite, technical migration and application virtualization, but the one they must know about is transposition.

Posted On Thursday, September 15, 2011 4:47 AM

Nominate Visual WebGui now for your chance to win a Free ProStudio License

DevProConnections and WindowsITPro are now accepting nominations for the 2011 Community Choice Awards. These awards allow you to nominate developer products and services for special recognition.

Posted On Wednesday, August 10, 2011 8:25 PM

Presenting our unique migration solution at WPC11
I would like to invite you to visit us at WPC LA 2011 and learn how to move your mission-critical/Enterprise apps to the Win Azure Cloud. We will present our innovative migration solution Instant CloudMove at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC)tomorrow (July 13). Find us at the Windows Azure Building Blocks demo station where we’ll be showcasing the unique tools for moving business client/server applications such as é.VISOR by Limón GmbH to Azure Cloud. The original application is a data-centric ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 12, 2011 8:59 AM

Why Windows 8 does not mean the end for .NET development

No matter what Microsoft confirms about Windows 8 come September, Visual WebGui with its server-side .NET and HTML/HTML5 client ensures that Windows 8 does not mean the end for .NET development.

Posted On Thursday, June 16, 2011 6:03 AM

Bringing the .NET power and HTML5 richness together

.NETHTML5 will bring data centric application development directly to you, with the visual richness capabilities of HTML5 in client and power of .NET code on the server, combined with the ease of use, the built-in multi-browser compatibility, the unmatched performance, the security, the scalability, the extensibility and many more benefits that Visual WebGui brings with it. At the end of the day, you will be able to create your HTML5 rich web applications, writing .NET code only.

Posted On Sunday, May 29, 2011 11:51 PM

Getting from .NET to HTML5
HTML5 introduces markup-level functionality for rich graphics, animation and web multimedia. It also supports a richer web application functionality and extends the client capabilities with local storage. Many pundits see it as the next generation web - web 3.0 if you like - and an open standard replacement for propriety plug-ins, Microsoft Silverlight and Adobe Flash. But, for all its new features, HTML5 is still only the end product. This article looks at HTML5 from the web programmer's point of ......

Posted On Saturday, April 16, 2011 7:43 PM

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