Wilmington, DE, November 15, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Cybele Software, Inc. is happy to announce the latest release of Thinfinity® VirtualUI, version 2.5.
Developers and IT departments have invested a great deal of time and resources in coding applications to run on Windows servers, desktops, and laptops. This made sense since Windows has been the dominate platform for business and personal use for many years. But it is known that while there are plenty of people still using Windows laptops and desktops, many are now also working on mobile devices such as iPads® and cell phones.
As the trend for bigger and better screens and faster processors on these devices continue, people will shift more and more of their screen time to them. Not to be forgotten is the Apple® platform - if you look around you will see that there are great numbers of MacBooks® being used. Google Chromebooks™ are gaining ground as well, particularly in education. These users want to be able to access your applications on their devices, and if they cannot they will likely find a similar product from a competitor.
Enterprise IT departments are not exempt from this movement; corporate management is also demanding applications that can be used on diverse platforms, as well. They want to accommodate a workforce that is more mobile and global than ever before. And, as every CIO knows, they want it done quickly and with the inevitable budget constraints.
Even if you are a small software development operation that is marketing your applications to businesses and or the general public, trying to reach as many new customers is always important to the success of your business. You do not want to be limited to only one pool of users, but it may seem out of reach.
You are challenged to migrate your application to other platforms because that means a huge investment in money and time and multiple code bases to maintain, right? Not anymore, Cybele Software has an affordable and easy solution -Thinfinity VirtualUI.
Cybele Software could not have made it any easier to reach a vast pool of non-Windows users. In fact, a single line of code is all the programming that is needed for Thinfinity VirtualUI to transform your program into a Web app
Previously many applications that have been ported to mobile devices the traditional way end up being a much scaled down version of their Windows incarnations. This is not the case when using Thinfinity VirtualUI. You do not have to sacrifice power or features to reach new clients. And, you retain your investment in the Windows product. This means you can continue on essentially a single-platform development track while offing both a Windows-based product and a full-featured Web-based application. So you can market your product to millions of Windows, Mac, Linux®, Chromebook, iOS®, or Android™ device users. All they need is an Internet connection and an HTML5-compatible browser such as Microsoft Edge, IE10/11, Safari, Opera, Chrome, or Firefox.
Web-based applications offer the additional advantage of being Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) capable. The subscriber-based model has been a proven way to generate a steady stream of income for software companies.
(jsRO) framework to add Internet-based media streams and resources. It also presents the chance to breathe new life into older application interfaces that may have become a little dated and less desirable.
The latest version of the Thinfinity VirtualUI, version 2.5, is faster than ever before, so the user will not notice a difference in speed when using the Web-version of your product compared to the desktop version. With security always a concern, two-factor authentication (2FA) has become popular. It is now supported in version 2.5.
The supported schemes include DUO 2FA, SAML, Okta Oauth 2.0, and Forgerock OAuth 2.0. The latest release is also licensing-server ready allowing you the convenience of registering your license on a single server and to set up a load balancing environment where all your VMs pool use the same license server.
Thinfinity VirtualUI is an affordable solution. For more information and details regarding Thinfinity VirtualUI and licensing, please visit https://www.cybelesoft.com/Thinfinity/VirtualUI
or contact Cybele Software, Inc.
Requirements: Thinfinity VirtualUI integrates with VB6, .NET, Delphi, C++, C#, VFP, and any programming language supporting Win32 GDI/GDI+ API and ActiveX/COM interfaces. The application can use .NET WPF, GDI, GDI+ and limited DirectX calls. Required hardware includes a gateway server running Windows 8 or 10 (32-bit/64-bit), Server 2012, 2012R, 2016, and one or more servers running Windows 8 or 10 (32-bit/64-bit) or Server 2012, 2012R, or 2016. The client machine requires an HTML5-compliant Web browser such as IE10/11, Chrome, or Firefox.