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AssessmentTool webcast for .NET application migration to ASP.NET Web or Cloud
I would like to invite you to join us for a webcast on Thursday, Dec 2nd @ 17:00 GMT+2 which will explain and show how to run the new Visual WebGui AssessmentTool and to understand the report it generates. We will run the AssessmentTool on .NET compiled Assemblies (dlls and exes) and learn how to assess the readiness of the application for Cloud/SaaS in terms of the complexities of the manual adjustments that are required for the migration. The AssessmentTool webcast is the 1st of a series of sessions ......

Posted On Monday, November 22, 2010 2:13 AM

Visual WebGui is one (small) step far from its first ever official release
Gizmox R&D team has been working very hard in order to bring our 6.4 version of Visual WebGui to the required stability level. During that period, 13 QA versions have been produced and our QA team and beta-testers group have been testing it for a coupon real-world applications while covering all the possible scenarios we could think of. The stability added in this version is really across the framework, mostly concentrating in client-side behavior and display matters but also in server-side and ......

Posted On Sunday, November 21, 2010 12:29 AM

ASP.NET Ajax will not be left behind the HTML5 rush
It takes a short overview of Microsoft development tools and platforms evolvement in order to demonstrate the importance of supporting Web Forms development for ASP.NET Ajax with HTML5 enhancements. In an article that Todd Anglin publishes in Redmond Developers, under the title "Silverlight: What Web Forms Wanted to Be", Todd says that ASP.NET was supposed to be Web Forms. A framework that meant to duplicate VB6 ease of development or rather its more mature successor Window Forms. Asp.Net was expected ......

Posted On Sunday, November 14, 2010 7:38 PM

A new tool shows how close an app can be to Web and Cloud
I want to introduce a new tool that can bring a huge change to your life by upgrading your Client/Server applications to a Web or Cloud based environment. Most of us are intimidated even by the thought of migrating a large, mission critical application to any technology. If it ain't broken why fix it, right?! However, Visual WebGui is a unique platform that its architecture allows to convert .NET applications to ASP.NET VWG based Web and Cloud (SaaS) in a simple path and practically no risks since ......

Posted On Sunday, November 7, 2010 12:33 AM

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