The mixed nature of a Thinfinity VirtualUI web-enabled application requires a clear understanding of how to manage files both locally and remotely.
This dual architecture and functionality can be a bit confusing for new web-enabled app users, who usually run the application from the desktop.
However, this same mixed architecture is an advantage rather than a problem. The ability to run apps remotely and the possibility of managing files using the application from the browser will result in an integrated, and thus better, way to send and receive files for a remote user.
This post briefly explains:
The different ways to open and save files in web-enabled applications.
Why Thinfinity VirtualUI needs to change the file dialogs to access files that are in the browser’s device.
A new year has begun, and soon we will publish new releases of the Thinfinity product line.
We’ve been announcing in our latest blog entries some of the enhancements that will be introduced by the end of this quarter. However, we don’t want to wait that long to make new versions available. Continue reading →