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Mauricio Rojas

Mauricio Rojas is a senior developer in Mobilize.NET. He has been parsing, transforming and working on platform evolution for 20 years
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Updating an ASP.NET Core 2.2 Web Site to .NET Core 3.1 LTS

Posted by Mauricio Rojas on Dec, 12, 2019 @ 07:12

Scott Hanselman is one of my geek heros. So when I so his excellent post https://www.hanselman.com/blog/UpdatingAnASPNETCore22WebSiteToNETCore31LTS.aspx I said to myself "it is useless to resist"!!

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Topics: Visual Basic Upgrade Companion, VB6, convert Windows to Web, .NET, C#, Web Application Development, .NET Core, webapps, NETCORE3.1

Accessing local devices from a Web Application

Posted by Mauricio Rojas on Nov, 26, 2019 @ 10:11

Usually when we modernize legacy VB6, Delphi or PowerBuilder apps some parts of the migrated application depend on using a device which is attached to the client using the app.

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Topics: application modernization, Visual Basic, VB6, convert Windows to Web, AngularJS, PowerBuilder, WebMAP, internet explorer, Helpers, migration services, desktop, devices

Dynamically adding ActiveX in C# an equivalent for VBControlExtender

Posted by Mauricio Rojas on Nov, 13, 2019 @ 15:11

 
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Topics: Visual Basic Upgrade Companion, VB6, C#, VBUC, VBControlExtender

Move to Web to the Desktop or just Both

Posted by Mauricio Rojas on Nov, 10, 2019 @ 17:11

My youngest son has a sweet tooth. And every time I asked him to choose a dessert he used to cry. When I asked why he said: because you are making me choose!!!

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Topics: .NET Core, dotnet, desktop, electron

How to make your frontend point to different backends?

Posted by Mauricio Rojas on Nov, 05, 2019 @ 10:11

 
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Topics: WebMAP, Angular, webapps, frontend

From VB6 to .NET Core 3

Posted by Mauricio Rojas on Oct, 08, 2019 @ 12:10

 

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Topics: .NET Core

Bye Bye VBScript

Posted by Mauricio Rojas on Aug, 05, 2019 @ 13:08

Internet Explorer is still a very used browser and VBScript on some of them is the scripting engine of choice.

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Topics: JavaScript, migration, ie, vbscript, internet explorer