Creating Rich Web Applications Gets a Ton Easier

Gizmox has followed an interesting path to develop its technologies and business model. Founded in a garage in 2005 and formally established in 2007, the company has raised $3.5 million in VC funding and achieved some 370,000 downloads and 35,000 applications demonstrating Visual WebGui's solid following as an open source project.

Now, the company introduces a commercial support and licensing scheme as it seeks to further penetrate the enterprise market. Visual WebGui brings the ultimate simplicity to the .NET development framework through an enterprise SDK that plugs into popular development tools such as Windows Forms or for the Java developer - Swing. The runtime server product acts as a web interface to the application and supports DHTML, Silverlight and other presentation standards.

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