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"Habanero combined with Visaul WebGUI makes a dream come true, I wonder why this idea wasn't born earlier... Visual WebGUI is very succesful and makes it easy for millions of developers to develop now Win and Web applications based on one source..."
With Instant CloudMove, businesses can reuse and transform their software to SaaS, Cloud/Web or mobile based deployments without reinvesting time, money and resources in re-architecting and rewriting desktop applications...
Even companies that are happy with their VB6 code bases face pressure to move on, said Peled. "Some of those organizations can not go on using an unsupported platform. From a banking perspective, the regulations won't allow it."
No matter what Microsoft confirms about Windows 8 come September, Visual WebGui with its HTML/HTML5 client ensures that Windows 8 does not mean the end for .NET development.
As organizations examine ways to make it possible for users of smartphones, tablets and other mobile systems to access corporate applications, they run into a significant culture shock... Why not... use application virtualization and delivery technology to take corporate .NET applications and make them accessible as HTML5 applications that can be accessed by most mobile Web Browsers?
"Visual WebGui makes an application accessible via the Web without altering its code.
A tool that lets developers turn existing software into fully functional browser-based applications is becoming an increasingly popular way to make business applications accessible via the Web."
Securing Rich Internet Applications requires an understanding of their vulnerabilities
Anyone that’s managing an enterprise with aging or outdated client/server systems is starting to feel the heat.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.
"It is truly a dream come true for that niche market. After addressing the cons pointed out in this article, Windows programmers can immediately transition from a Windows to web application environment, without paying the cost of a steep learning curve"
David Rubinstein covers the preview release of Visual WebGui Enterprise Mobile on SDTimes.
"Visual WebGui Enterprise Mobile lets .NET developers build HTML5 applications for cross-platform mobile devices" says Blair Greenwood on DevProConnections.
Adrian Bridgwater covers the new Visual WebGui Enterprise Mobile HTML5 platform for .NET developers on Dr. Dobb's.
Dan Kusnetzky wrote in ZDNet's Virtually Speaking blog that "Companies have developed and deployed thousands of applications designed for Windows. What do they do now that staff and customers are using Smartphones and Tablets and expect the same applications will be available. Gizmox thinks that it has the answer."
"Gizmox’s platform has been lauded in cloud, mobile and Web circles as a must-have in the HTML5 game. The cross-platform mobile, Web and cloud app delivery platform transposes client/server apps to HTML5 with the same functionality and lets developers run with it."
Gizmox was again included by the SD Times editorial biard in the respective yearly list of 100 top influencers in the global software industry. Gizmox is listed this year in the Cloud category.
Peter Vogel reviewed Gizmox Enterprise Mobile in Visual Studio Magazine stating that "The Gizmox Enterprise Mobile development package is a clever -- perhaps brilliant -- hack that lets you create mobile Web-based applications in a Windows Forms-like IDE."
Maureen O'gara covered the Transposition CTP release on Sys-Con Media saying: "The transposed application will be magically available on any mobile or tablet device or browser and across any client operating system with a .NET back end. The widgetry works by sending just the metadata back and forth consuming only a tenth the bandwidth and using none of the device's computing power. Neat, huh. Especially if it works."
By extending legacy applications such as VB6 to mobile devices, using virtualization and code refresh, Gizmox wants to offer reusability over rewrite. We detail the approach and how it presents an alternative for building cloud-based secure mobile apps.
Gizmox was chosen as one of the 13 startups to watch in 2013 in the Boston area by the Boston Business Journal
IT Professionals deal with a variety of issues as the pace of change in the enterprise IT world is changing at perhaps's it's fastest pace ever. From cyber security to Cloud computing, IT departments are facing a number of challenges at once. In this regard, we are pleased to introduce Gizmox, an innovative startup that is specifically dedicated to assisting enterprise developers and their IT departments handle the transition to HTML 5