Mobilize.net Extends Supports for Microsoft Visual Studio Improving User Experience
FREMONT, CA: Washington based app giant Mobilize.net recently announced support of Microsoft visual studio for its tools WebMAP3, VBUC and Mobilize silverlight bridge. Mobilize.net accelerates and simplifies software applications forward to modern web, mobile and cloud platforms. It enables the clients to reduce risk, cost and time while moving applications to the platforms as per today’s business demands.
The recent releases of WebMAP3, VBUC 6.5 and Mobilize Silverlight Bridge have all added support for Visual Studio 2015. While WebMAP3 is an application which preserves the client investment in the existing application and transforms them to web or mobile versions; VBUC 6.5 helps migrate visual Basic 6 to Visual Basic .Net and C#. Silverlight, on the other hand moves Silverlight apps to windows 10 or HTML 5. It enables developers to be fully productive on the latest development tool.
“Developers rely on Visual Studio for app development,” said Tom Button, CEO of Mobilize.Net. “Mobilize.Net products fully support Visual Studio 2015 which means that our clients enjoy the good productivity.”
Mitra Azizirad, General Manager of Developer Platform Marketing and Sales at Microsoft adds, “We are happy that Mobilize.net continues to shepherd customers to the mobile-first, cloud-first world and provide productivity solutions.”
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