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I would like to share with you some exciting news from the Gizmox labs. If you haven't heard by now the Visual WebGui Mobile Team @ Gizmox has been working on a .NET Mobile Framework for a few months now. This mobile dedicated framework continues the Visual WebGui vision towards the mobile development workd by enabling Microsoft core .NET developers  to leverage their existing skills for developing cross-platform HTML5-based mobile apps within Visual Studio.
 
As with its Web Framework, the Visual WebGui Mobile Framework will also allow the .NET development paradigm, but in this case for creating Form Factor and Device aware, browser-based applications that can use local device resources through PhonGap integration. Those browser-based HTML5 mobile apps with inherit the famous Visual WebGui "empty client" security. 
 
A first preview release is due towards the second half of January 2012 which makes Visual WebGui the first framework within the Microsoft camp that allows leveraging existing skillset to develop HTML5 mobile applications. The upcoming preview will be accompanied by a mobile email application demo (iPhone look & feel) developed with the framework’s preview. The preview version will support gestures and animations in transitions and will include the following designated mobile controls:

  • ListView
  • TreeView
  • Toolstrip
  • TabControl
  • TextBoxButton
  • RadioButton
  • Panel
  • Label

The next framework version is expected in the beginning of Q2 2012 which will be another phase in fulfilling the Visual WebGui promise of allowing .NET development for cross-platform HTML5 Web, Cloud and Mobile within Visual Studio.

More info is available on visualwebgui.com.

Posted on Tuesday, December 27, 2011 1:56 AM Ajax framework new releases , Web Development , HTML5 , Mobile Development | Back to top


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nice post ......thank you
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I believe this development will open doors to even more opportunities through mobile phones. Great!
Left by jasan on Jan 01, 2012 12:24 AM

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We also believe this concept and framework will open doors to manyopportunities and especially open doors to many .NET developers and organizations that want to allow mobile access to some or parts of their applications.

I would also like to present a link to our new community mobile app that allows Visual WebGui users to stay connected with our latest news, forum posts, tweets and so on via their mobiles. Check it out: http://vwg.mobapp.at/
Left by Roy on Jan 02, 2012 8:26 PM

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KedoUI much better!
Left by Jacob on Feb 05, 2012 1:16 PM

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Finally they did it. I am sure that we will see a minor upgrade, too.
Left by charter Italy on Feb 10, 2012 2:47 AM

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I understand what you mean. U have the same opinion. It will be an easy thing for me to follow your tips.
Left by Williamsburg Timeshare on Feb 28, 2012 8:47 PM

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I still don't think HTML5 is better than flash. I tested a game made with HTML5 and it slowed my browser, like I was rendering a complex 3D scene. Flash, on the other hand, works like charm
Left by mallorca property on Mar 01, 2012 2:31 AM

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Finally seems to be a bridge between this two approaches. I am sure that we will see improvements in this area in the near future.
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It is recommended to combine that two concept. The final results will be really good.
Left by forex how to on Mar 14, 2012 2:52 AM

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It is nice to see how the concept will work together. Finally they did it. It is a good update!
Left by Tarot on Mar 15, 2012 8:00 AM

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yes... finally we have it on the mobile applications. It is a really good news.
Left by carpet cleaning calgary on Mar 16, 2012 2:27 AM

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Finally you will use it for mobile applications. I really like it. Good job!
Left by timeline covers on Mar 24, 2012 3:24 AM

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I will do it like you said. I am sure that I will have excellent results.
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I always wanted a Mac, but due to limitations related to money, I'vnt never had one.
I finally found some money though, and I bought a MacBook Pro, are in the transition process towards completion.
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