The new Thinfinity® VirtualUI™ platform helps developers to effortlessly take to the web Windows applications developed with .Net, Delphi, Visual C++ and the like.
For Immediate Release
WILMINGTON, DE, December 16, 2014—Cybele Software, Inc. announced today the release of Thinfinity VirtualUI, a one-of-a-kind development solution offering both instant GUI remoting and full web integration for Windows apps.
Thinfinity VirtualUI is aimed at developers who are looking for reusing their existing code base and convert their applications to muti-user, multi-instance web apps.
When it comes to GUI Virtualization, Thinfinity® VirtualUI™ offers developers an effortless solution to take their applications to the web, converting them in dual-platform Windows/HTML5 apps. These applications retain their standard Windows environment behavior and, additionally, can be hosted on a Thinfinity VirtualUI environment to be remotely accessed from any modern web browser in a multi-user, multi-instance manner.
Drawing on the expertise and innovation from Cybele’s Development team, Thinfinity® VirtualUI™ also makes full web integration of desktop applications possible. It facilitates two-way integration between the Windows-based applications and web resources by blending them with the web-side environment. Thinfinity® VirtualUI™ allows Win32/64 apps to be reshaped into a completely tailor-made ones, combining them with available web and multimedia resources.
“Innovation is at the core of everything we do, and one way that we uphold this commitment is by constantly evolving and designing new solutions to developers’ changing needs,” said Gustavo Ricardi, Cybele Software, Inc. CEO.
Instantly web-enables Windows desktop applications: works with popular Windows development environments and programming languages
Real integration capabilities: Windows applications can now be integrated with other web resources or applications, providing not only GUI remoting but also functional and data integration
Development Lab: web environment that lets developers see, test and interact with the jsRO objects created in their application.
Dual-platform – Windows/Web: applications can keep their standard desktop environment behavior, or be accessed remotely from any HTML5-compliant Web browser, in a multi-user, multi-instance fashion
Cross-browser and Cross-OS: works with any HTML5-compliant Web browser, automatically using HTTPS protocol on Android native browsers, Microsoft IE9, and others that still lack support for the WebSocket standard protocol
Zero client setup: no plugin, add-on, or other kind of installation on the client side is required
Secure, high-performance web-based Remote Access to applications hosted on a LAN, through a single published IP address, via http(s) and WebSocket protocols
* Development machine
– Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 7 (32bit/64bit), Microsoft Windows 8 (32bit/64bit), or Microsoft Windows Server 2012 (32bit/64bit)
– A development environment: Microsoft Visual Studio, Delphi 5 to XE7, Microsoft Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, and others.
– The application can use .NET WPF, GDI, GDI+ and limited DirectX calls.
* Server machine
– Microsoft Windows 8 32bit / 64bit.
– Microsoft Windows Server 2012 32bit / 64bit.
* End-user machine
– Any operating system and/or device with a HTML5-compliant Web Browser.
– Any modern Web Browser (HTML5-compliant) such as IE10/11, Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Opera, etc.
Product Page: https://www.cybelesoft.com/Thinfinity/VirtualUI/
White paper: https://www.cybelesoft.com/docs/thinfinity_virtualui_whitepaper.pdf
Online manual: http://www.cybelesoft.com/helps/thinfinity/virtualui
1st time Guide: https://www.cybelesoft.com/blog/thinfinity-virtualui-guide/
For more information about Thinfinity® VirtualUI™, contact Cybele Software, Inc.
3422 Old Capitol Trail, Suite 1125
Wilmington, DE – 19808, USA.
Phone: (302) 892-9625 or (866) 462-9768 (USA & Canada)
Email: [email protected]
Dear Satq, our tech team sent you a response by email to the email address you provided.
Thinfinity VirtualUI server can only run on Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012 due to technical reasons related to the Desktop Windows Manager. The features we need are only available when in an interactive session in Windows 7.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you need further information: http://www.cybelesoft.com/support/
Hello. I have a question, as was available product WebFMX for FireMonkey application as a server could be used in Windows XP 32-bit / Windows XP 64-bit Windows Vista 32-bit / Windows Vista 64-bit Windows 7 32-bit / Windows 7 64-bit Windows Server 2003 32-bit / Windows Server 2003 64-bit Windows Server 2008 32-bit / Windows Server 2008 64-bit Windows Server 2012
Now for Thinfinity VirtualUI only the server machine Windows 8 32bit / 64bit. Windows Server 2012 32bit / 64bit.
Why … ????
Woah this is excellent!
Hi Anders, please forgive the delay on our response. I overlooked your comment and I thank you for the headsup you sent me today.
Regarding your inquiry, our management decided to discontinue the edition that worked strictly with Firemonkey (aka WebFMX), since the new Thinfinity VirtualUI also covers Delphi apps (and it also includes extra features for deep integration).
The promise we make, about a ” single line of code ” to take your Windows-based app to the web is 100% real.
Thinfinity VirtualUI also offers other advances features that permit a complete integration and thus, require more work from the developers.
However, you can web-enable your app with virtually non effort.
You can view a Thinfinity VirtualUI demo here:
Our support team can assist you in you have any tech questions about Thinfinity VirtualUI.
Feel free to contact me directly: [email protected]
I am a bit confused. I asked a sincere question about the relations between different products. I can’t find the answer elsewhere on the site, but to me it could be somewhat crucial. Don’t you bother to inform about your product? Do you expect us to take a product that promises the best of all worlds with “just a line of code” seriously, if you aren’t prepared to give answers?
There used to be a special edition for FireMonkey. Could you please elaborate on what happened? Is performance with VCL the same as with FM now?