At first, the file handling dual behavior in a Thinfinity VirtualUI web-enabled application can appear to be a bit confusing for new developers and users who are accustomed to running the application from the desktop. It’s actually pretty simple, as you will see in this article.
In 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 →
Thinfinity VirtualUI is designed to have a straightforward implementation. Installation and setup will only take a couple of minutes before you can enjoy access to your desktop application from a browser in a pure HTML5 interface.
In this article we want to tell you about some tips and tricks that can help you save time and ensure you have a smooth first time user experience.
Let’s walk through some configurations pitfalls you want to avoid!
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 →
The Thinfinity VirtualUI development mode was designed to provide a simple way to implement and test the desktop application web-enabling. When you run your web-enabled desktop application in debug mode from your favorite integrated development environment (IDE) —Visual Studio, Delphi RAD Studio, etc.—, the VirtualUI component, included in the application, makes a call to the Thinfinity VirtualUI Development Server. This call starts the server, if it’s not running yet. When the server starts, the VirtualUI tray icon is added to the system tray bar and you will also find a Thinfinity.VirtualUI.Server.exe instance running, if you explore the Task Manager. Calling the Thinfinity VirtualUI Server address —http://127.0.0.1:6080 by default— from an internet browser will show the application in dual mode: in the desktop and in the browser.