Announcing Thinfinity VirtualUI v2 beta

Thinfinity VirtualUI helps developers to effortlessly take to the web Windows applications developed with .Net, Delphi, Visual C++ and the like.

Thinfinity VirtualUI v2.0
We are very excited to announce today the beta build of Thinfinity VirtualUI v2. This version includes several new major features that take VirtualUI to a new level of virtualization and integration.

The main new features in this release are:

  • New authentication scheme:
    • Support for RADIUS.
    • OAuth/2 (Google, Facebook, etc).
    • API for custom authentication.
    • Support for Single Sign-on.
  • Registry and File System Virtualization.
  • Session Recording and Playback.

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New z/Scope Anywhere iOS app

iOS app for z/Scope Anywhere Terminal EmulatorIn Cybele Software we are always striving to extend our products’ usability. In this opportunity we developed a z/Scope Anywhere iOS app.

This new z/Scope Anywhere app, which loads z/Scope Anywhere with no intervention of a standard browser brings on new benefits for our iPad and iPhone users. Among others, the comfort of bluetooth keyboard support. Today we want to share with you a video that shows this new capability. Continue reading

Preview: Playing recorded VirtualUI sessions

Playing recorded VirtualUI sessionsLast week we previewed a new Thinfinity VirtualUI feature: the possibility to record your application sessions. Today, we will learn how to play those sessions using the built-in Thinfinity VirtualUI Player.

 

As mentioned in the previous article, VirtualUI session recordings are stored as DAT and IDX files. That is why a special player is distributed along with the product installation. This player can interpret the recordings and make them available for visualization within the web browser. Continue reading

Preview: Thinfinity VirtualUI session recording

Thinfinity VirtualUI session recordingComing soon, Thinfinity VirtualUI web-enabled applications will allow you to save application sessions and replay them later.

There are many scenarios for session recording: reproduction of issues, application demos and tutorials, technical support, audit monitoring, e-learning, etc.

In a previous post we explained how to record and play Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server sessions. In this opportunity, we will review a similar Thinfinity VirtualUI feature that helps developers record sessions of their own VirtualUI web-enabled applications.

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Coming soon: Select the best authentication method for your apps

We are constantly working to improve Thinfinity VirtualUI to offer you more features and integration capabilities for your applications.

Have you ever thought about the benefits of adding Google, Facebook, Twitter or any other external authentication method o your apps?

Today we want to share with you a quick insight into one of our latest projects: the addition of many more login options to clear the way for user authentication.

 
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