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Two new Visual WebGui released simultaneously
Two new Visual WebGui versions were released simultaneously. Downloads are available here. The first is a revision to the beta version of the upcoming 6.4 which brings all-new developer/designer interface and capabilities. The second release is the latest enhancement of the current 6.3.x version. The new 6.3.15 includes the following changes over 6.3.14: Breaking Changes [1] ---------------------------... VWG-6132 - [v6.3.15] Deploy ......

Posted On Thursday, April 22, 2010 1:59 AM

Rouen Business School builds its entire back office UI with Visual WebGui
Two years ago, Rouen Business School (AMBA accredited institution located in Rouen, Normandy, France) decided to develop and implement a proprietary information system in-house. The objective was to administer all the data encompassed by a classic 3500 Students business school: from on-line application forms to the registration system including financial information, scheduling, grades management, etc. The development team at Rouen Business School chose Visual WebGui for the UI. “When we tested the ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 21, 2010 12:18 AM

Top10 List before Migrating to the Cloud
Everybody's talking about putting their apps on the Cloud these days. But what do they really need to know when considering such a project?! Chevy (Fleischman) Weiss & Itzik Spitzen of Visual WebGui have put together a list of the 10 most important things you need to know and check before you start migrating your apps to the Cloud. Read the list > ......

Posted On Saturday, April 17, 2010 7:16 PM

Visual WebGui launches a CompanionKit for enhanced developers experience
Visual WebGui launched a new major live demo of the platform's concepts, features and controls and the code behind them. The new Developer CompanionKit is a hige leap forward in the developer experience by allowing developers a hands-on exploration of Visual WebGui which should provide better understanding of the system and the ability to utilize the great advantages of Visual WebGui in order to develop better performing rich web applications. The CompanionKit is available online at companionkit.visualwebgui.c... ......

Posted On Wednesday, April 7, 2010 11:20 PM

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