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Last Preview version for revolutionary Web/Cloud Platform released
Visual WebGui 6.4 Preview 4 was released and available for download here. This version presents an important progress as Preview 4 is the last Preview version of the 6.4 version. This means that from now on, every revision released of Visual WebGui 6.4, will only introduce stabilizations to this version and will not add new functionalities or infrastructure changes. "The Visual WebGui 6.4 preview version is another step towards simplifying and commoditizing complex Ajax web development . The ease ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 20, 2009 10:31 PM

Challenges that legacy application face in migrating to the cloud - Open Letter to the Editor
This is an Open Letter to the Editor of CIO in response to an article posted on Computer World discussing the five problems that supposedly keep legacy applications out of the Cloud. Dear Editor, In light of your recent article about the challenges that legacy application face in migrating to the cloud, below please find a response which provides answers to 4 of the most problematic issues. We believe your readers would greatly benefit from the information, and we regret that we were not directly ......

Posted On Tuesday, October 20, 2009 10:13 PM

More than just energy benefits, Green IT can save on hardware and resources for applications
Navot Peled, CEO of Gizmox, challenged the “Green IT trend” with the announcement this week that its product, Visual WebGui, has been successfully providing energy and environmental benefits to enterprises, with its solutions that dually cut costs for hardware and software. “Over the past 2 years, enterprises have been successfully using our product – Visual WebGui, and reaping the environmental and energy benefits while saving money,” said Peled. “To move the industry forward, it’s not the individual ......

Posted On Sunday, October 18, 2009 3:12 AM

Visual Webgui for the umbraco backoffice UI
Daniel Bardi, a Visual WebGui user shared his experience with the Umbraco community as he wrote in his post "...The UI is amazing and works in all known webbrowsers... it's the reason I had decided on the platform for the project (and by reading the many, many reviews). The framework allows non-web developers (or winform developers) to build web applications using a WinForms development environment. No more worries about session and state. The web applications runs on the server and is "projected" ......

Posted On Saturday, October 17, 2009 7:47 PM

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