WinDev Applications to the Cloud

WinDev 22 Express screen view

Did you know that you can integrate any WinDev application with Thinfinity VirtualUI, and publish it on the Web or Cloud in no time?

If you are a WinDev developer or inherit a WinDev application, you don’t have to migrate your project to a new language in order to make it cloud compatible. Using Thinfinity VirtualUI you can roll your Windows-based app to the web. Thus, your users will be able to access it from any device by just following a few simple steps:

NOTE: For this example, we will be using WinDev 22 Express and the “WD Countries of the World” example that comes with it.

1) Open the “WD Countries of the World” example on WinDev 22 Express.

WinDev 22 Express screen view

2) On the “Project explorer”, open the “Windows” menu, right-click on WIN_Country, and left-click on “Code”:

WinDev project explorer
3) In the “Global declarations of WIN_Country”, you have to add the following lines:
m_VirtualUI is dynamic Automation object = Null
IF m_VirtualUI = Null THEN
m_VirtualUI = new object Automation “Thinfinity.VirtualUI”
Make sure that these are the first lines on the “Global declarations” section, as shown below:

WinDev Applications to the web - WinDev Thinfinity VirtualUI code

4) Click on “Project” and “Generate”, in order to generate a new .exe file with this new VirtualUI reference.

Windev apps cross platform

After clicking on the check icon, you should see the following:

Transform WinDev Applications into html5 - Windev apps to web

And that’s it! Your application is now ready to be run from any web browser with Thinfinity VirtualUI.
Have any questions? Contact us at [email protected] or leave a message on this same post.

WinDev is a software engineering workshop (AGL) published by the French company PC SOFT. It was and designed to develop applications, mainly data-oriented for Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2008, 2003, 2000, and also for Linux, .NET and Java. He proposes his own language: WLanguage. The first version of the AGL was released in 1993.

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