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Server vs. Client Empowered Web Applications
The following post is taken from an article that explore the differences, pros, cons and usages scenarios of the Server empowered web architecture of Visual WebGui and on the other side the Client empowered web architecture features by solutions such as Classic AJAX, Flex/Flash, Classic Silverlight, Java Applets. Both server and client empowered solutions can support any kind of UI look & feel using Silverlight or rich AJAX. Client empowered applications support the highest performance in applications ......

Posted On Thursday, July 16, 2009 4:28 AM

A Visual WebGui 6.3.8a fix released
Visual WebGui 6.3.8a was released today as a fix to the following issues of the Visual WebGui 6.3.8 platform: VWG-5087 - IE-Button: The right-side border should be rendered in the correct position VWG-4256 - Button with 21x21 image should not crop image with button size of 25x25 VWG-5091 - OpenFileDialog non-Flash should not throw JS error (while calling parent.Upload_CloseWindow()) VWG-5092 - OpenFileDialog non-Flash should not hang when OK button pressed VWG-5093 - OpenFileDialog in Flash mode ......

Posted On Thursday, July 16, 2009 4:19 AM

Visual WebGui 6.3.8 Released
Visual WebGui Web & Cloud platform version 6.3.8 was released today. This is a further stabilization of 6.3.x that includes some resolved button behavior issues, as well as features such as Flash 10 uploading compatibility and the ability to configure a virtual directory. The full v6.3.8 change log can be found here. Click here to download Visual WebGui 6.3.8 ......

Posted On Tuesday, July 7, 2009 9:31 AM

Visual WebGui Cloud-friendly technology
Being ASP.NET based Visual WebGui is coded, parsed and executed on top of .NET and is most native application nature for Windows Azure, Amazon and other cloud providers. Having an optimized received & sent data actually concludes in lowering the transportation and the costs when it comes to cloud deployment. The highest request-per-second compared to any other AJAX infrastructure proves the simple fact!, the CPU is much less occupied with allocations & disposals of objects and results again ......

Posted On Monday, July 6, 2009 3:39 PM

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