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by Mauricio Rojas, on Apr 20, 2020 5:04:03 PM

If you are doing a VB6 migration it is usually better to migrate your application and all your dependencies at once. But there might be scenarios where you need to …

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Topics:application migrationVisual BasicVB6VBUCvb.net

by John Browne, on Feb 13, 2020 5:12:36 PM

Not going to bury this lead1: Microsoft's latest update has stopped some VB6 apps from working. Yeah. That day we always knew was going to come some day? Well, turns out …

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Topics:Visual BasicMicrosoftWindowsVBUCapplication security

by Mauricio Rojas, on Nov 26, 2019 10:02:59 AM

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 modernizationVisual BasicVB6WindowsPowerBuilderWebMAPAngularmigration servicesdesktop

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 BasicVB6VBUC

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 BasicVB6VBUCVisual StudioWinforms

by John Browne, on Dec 9, 2015 6:00:00 AM

Recently a customer wrote us, saying "Hey, if Microsoft says VB6 is still supported and will be for years and years, why should I worry? Why bother to migrate my …

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Topics:application modernizationVisual BasicVB6

by DeeDee Walsh, on Jul 15, 2014 2:36:00 PM

There's been a strong push by the user community to open-source VB6 in order to ensure a better future for both the language and the developers. In early June, Microsoft …

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Topics:software developmentapplication modernizationapplication migrationVisual BasicVBAVB6WindowsVBUC

by DeeDee Walsh, on Apr 3, 2014 9:35:00 AM

First of all, this is not about Windows XP. That said, Windows XP is the 2nd most popular operating system in the world after Windows 7. So far, Windows 8 hasn't …

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Topics:application modernizationapplication migrationVisual BasicMicrosoftHTML5Mobile Application DevelopmentWindowsWebMAP

by John Browne, on Oct 31, 2013 4:14:00 PM

I've always been a sucker for the majesty and sheer incomprehensibility of the King James Bible, which of course we were read to as children as though we might actually …

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Topics:Visual BasicVBUC

by DeeDee Walsh, on Sep 24, 2013 10:17:00 AM

Time is finally running out for the 500M or more people around the world who still rely on Windows XP. On April 8, 2014, Microsoft will leave customers to fend …

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Topics:application modernizationapplication migrationVisual BasicWindowsVBUC

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