Mobilize.Net Launches Modernization Starter Kit for Visual Studio 2019 Preview at Microsoft Connect();
by DeeDee Walsh, on Tue, Dec, 04, 2018 @ 06:12 AM
Mobilize also hosting #CodeParty with other technology partners including Progress, Docker, DocuSign, PreEmptive, Twilio, Cdata, LEADTOOLS and Microsoft
Mobilize.Net today launches the Modernization Starter Kit for Visual Studio 2019 Preview that provides code, tutorials, technical documentation, and planning documents to help Microsoft customers with legacy code to move to web and Azure. In addition, Mobilize, with other technology partners, is sponsoring #CodeParty at 5:30PM PST on Twitch – where there will be prizes, technical demos, live Q&A and interviews with technology influencers.
Here’s a synopsis of activities for Microsoft Connect();
Mobilize Modernization Starter Kit for Visual Studio 2019 Preview
Delivers an application migration checklist, tutorials and code to build cloud-enabled web apps, tools to calculate the true cost of software rewrites, legacy application guide for CFOs, real customer stories and more. The Modernization Starter Kit for Visual Studio 2019 can be downloaded at https://www.mobilize.net/modernization-starter-kit-vs.
#CodeParty on Twitch and Twitter
#CodeParty is the virtual attendee party for #MSFTConnect and will feature prizes including Xbox One, Surface Go and more plus interviews, code demonstrations and technical trivia. The party will start at 5:30PM PST and will be hosted at https://www.twitch.tv/codeparty and on Twitter at #CodeParty.
Visual Studio Marketplace
Mobilize products support Visual Studio 2019 code and can be found on the Visual Studio Marketplace:
- WebMAP moves 90s legacy to web, mobile and cloud: https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MobilizeNET.WebMAP
- VBUC moves VB6 to .NET and web https://marketplace.visualstudio.com/items?itemName=MobilizeNET.VBUC
Blog posts on desktop app modernization to Docker
This series of blog posts takes a VB6 application and converts it to a modern web application with RESTful endpoints, an Angular 6 client UI, ASP.NET Core server components, and readable code. Then puts the web app into a container--Docker for Windows--and builds it and runs it locally in the container. Finishes by pushing the container to Azure and running it from there. The series can be accessed at https://www.mobilize.net/blog/vb6-to-docker
Mobilize.Net accelerates and simplifies the transformation of software applications to .NET, web, mobile, and cloud platforms. Millions of developers have used Mobilize.Net technology to successfully modernize billions of lines of code. Mobilize.Net solutions enable customers to reduce risk, cost, and time while moving applications to the platforms businesses demand today. The privately-held Mobilize.Net is based in Bellevue, WA, and is led by former Microsoft Corporate Vice President, Tom Button. For more information, please go to www.mobilize.net.