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Will Vasquez

Will Vasquez

Solution Architect @ Mobilize.Net Full geek always trying to learn something new, loves beer and board games. From Costa Rica, living in Bellevue, WA

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by Will Vasquez, on Feb 19, 2020 3:28:14 PM

Why? A migration project, as most things related to Software, is not a trivial undertaking. It is true that migrating an application has several advantages over a green field development …

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Topics:Modernizationmigration services

by Will Vasquez, on Feb 3, 2020 11:25:50 AM

Some Context A client contacted us to understand why is the VBUC a paid tool when there's a free conversion tool (Visual Basic Upgrade Wizard or VBUW) available in old …

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Topics:VBUC

by Will Vasquez, on Jan 13, 2020 9:46:21 AM

Migration Methodology Besides our migration tools, one of the most important things in our project execution is our methodology; which has been developed and improved over the years that our …

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Topics:application migrationModernizationmigration services

by Will Vasquez, on Oct 18, 2019 6:06:31 PM

What is Visual Equivalence? As you probably know, Mobilize.Net creates tools to modernize legacy applications. Along with the tools we can help you execute the migration project, and there are …

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Topics:application migrationvisual equivalencemigration services

by Will Vasquez, on Sep 6, 2019 2:30:53 PM

What are helper classes? When you convert code from VB6 to .NET, some elements from the source application don't have a direct equivalent in the target platform. To bridge this …

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Topics:VBUCWinformsHelpers

by Will Vasquez, on Jul 22, 2019 5:20:00 AM

Whenever you're trying to convert a VB6 or Classic ASP application to .NET with the Visual Basic Upgrade Companion it is recommended that you do so in an environment where …

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Topics:application migrationVisual Basic Upgrade CompanionVisual BasicVB6VBUCcomponentscomponent vendorsmigration

by Will Vasquez, on Jul 17, 2019 1:34:48 PM

Understanding the new code structure You finally migrated your VB6 application using the Visual Basic Upgrade Companion. Now you have a WinForms application, but since you're just getting started with …

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Topics:Visual Basic Upgrade CompanionVisual BasicVB6VBUCVisual StudioWinforms

by Will Vasquez, on Nov 6, 2015 8:37:44 AM

Sometimes we find some of our users are unclear as to what the "Overall Readiness" chart means. If you haven't used WebMap (through http://studio.mobilize.net), this is the first chart you see …

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Topics:WebMAP

by Will Vasquez, on Aug 21, 2015 7:37:00 PM

Background When you migrate an application from VB6 to .NET using the VBUC there are multiple ways in which the third party libraries are converted to the new platform. Direct …

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