The following analysis was written by Peter Brockmann, President of Brockmann & Company, a high tech marketing consulting company and is featured on their website.
"Faster development of a rich media experience for web applications that are secure in operation has been a particularly elusive goal for many enterprise application developers since the debate about thin client and thick clients a decade ago. Until now.
...Visual WebGui brings the ultimate simplicity to the .NET development framework through an enterprise SDK that plugs into popular development tools such as Windows Forms... The runtime server product acts as a web interface to the application and supports DHTML, Silverlight and other presentation standards.
...Three unique attributes really make this architecture higher performance in delivering the user experience of a rich media application. Using the unique communications protocol where any packet never exceeds 1 kb, assures that client-server chattiness is not an issue. The environment also maintains a reliably constant server state minimizing server CPU loads. Finally, since the initial operations step is a qualification of the browser providing the server with insights about the rendering engines, device capabilities and browsers-in-service, the user experience is more easily and automatically optimized.
...There should be no doubt that with the interest in cloud computing services and user preferences for rich media applications running on a wider variety of platforms will only exacerbate the concerns about security of enterprise data and the cost of multiple device support which plays well to the Visual WebGui advantage in the marketplace."
Brockmann and Company researches the business user experience and writes about the business impact of communications technologies.
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