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Brinks Bolivia develops a new billing system
Visual WebGui published Brinks Bolivia's success story of how they developed their new billing system with VWG to allow access via the web with a friendly user interface. Brink Bolivia looked to build an application that would allow them to track their services in order to send customers reliable invoices and to generate parameterized reports about the status of each service which is a key for administrative decision-making. They decided to use Visual WebGui for the following (and other) reasons. ......

Posted On Sunday, June 27, 2010 10:11 PM

Web migration of a VB6 system with VWG
Brinks Bolivia eSAC System (Customer Service) allows to register all different kinds of contacts for a customer; addition to maintaining an updated status of each service or customer request, to have accurate information and perform the appropriate procedures for all applications. The system was originally developed in VB6 and since web access was essential it was offered via Citrix. Since the application's performance was a critical issue as well as the need to offer the system without specific ......

Posted On Wednesday, June 16, 2010 11:13 PM

Visual WebGui's XAML based programming for web developers
While ASP.NET provides an event base approach it is completely dismissed when working with AJAX and the richness of the server is lost and replaced with JavaScript programming and couple with a very high security risk. Visual WebGui reinstates the power of the server to AJAX development and provides a statefull yet scalable, server centric architecture that provides the benefits and user productivity of AJAX with the security and developer productivity we had before AJAX stormed into our lives. "When ......

Posted On Saturday, June 12, 2010 11:08 PM

Visual WebGui launches a new prize-winning challenge for developers
Gizmox is announcing a ListView Challenge where developers can participate by creating and submitting their own implementations of the new extended ListView. "its quite amazing what you can do with it. It opens a lot of new ways to present data in a better and more userfriendly way," says one of the VWG community members who built a three level hierarchal ListView. Watch the hierarchal ListView demo by Visualizer Those ListView implementations will be reviewed and rated and the winner will win a ......

Posted On Tuesday, June 1, 2010 6:55 PM

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