Gizmox WebGui 7 with HTML5 for Visual Studio Using C#

Gizmox’s new tool, Visual WebGui Version 7, was developed for Visual Studio developers creating HTML5 apps using only C# and visual designers, it supports the development of data-intensive business applications based on the latest HTML5 standards and MVC design best practices. Some of the many new features included in the new Visual WebGui Version 7 include PhoneGap device integration, offline support for managing periodic disconnects, and the ability to quickly design for different mobile form factors with no coding skills required. In addition WebGui 7 comes with an assessment tool which provides analysis of legacy client-server code as well as benchmarks comparing the complexity of rewriting to reusing code by automating the move to C# or HTML5 with Gizmox Transposition plus full integration with Visual Studio 2013 which allows developers to take advantage of Visual WebGui right out of the gate! Read the full details here.  



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