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Do your own design jobs and make it look professional
Looks and design is becoming more and more important for customers and organizations event when we deal with internal enterprise applications. However, many web developers who work on business apps end up not investing resources on the design. The reason may be that they ran out of time so with their client's pressure there was no choice but to skip past the design process. In some cases, especially in sall software houses, there are no trained professional designers and the developers have to do ......

Posted On Tuesday, May 25, 2010 8:41 PM

Extended ListView Control for VWG Web Apps
Visual WebGui's extended ListView control is in many cases the best option to implement the most complex data entry and views. The following webcast explains the difference between the extended controls and the standard "flat list" ListView control and of course what can be done with it ......

Posted On Monday, May 17, 2010 10:29 PM

Simply apply engaging, modern web 2.0 UI to VWG apps
Gizmox is conducting an interesting webcast this Wenesday (May 12 10am PST). The upcoming webcast, titled Applying engaging, modern web 2.0 look & feel to your VWG application with version 6.4 will show how the new developer-designer interface allowed by the VWG framework simplifies the process of creating new Web application themes in VWG and define each one's responsibilities (making usage of Adobe Photoshop) in the process. The presenters will walk you through the process, starting from a ......

Posted On Monday, May 10, 2010 8:02 PM

Excel-based Performance Reviews transformed into Web Application for Performance Management
HR TMS provides enterprise talent management solutions for healthcare, retail and corporate customers, focusing on performance management, compensation management and succession planning. As the competency of nurses and other healthcare workers is critical, the government, via the Joint Commission (JCAHO), tightly monitors their performances. On a regular basis, accredited healthcare organizations are required to review employee performance using a complex set of position dependent job descriptions ......

Posted On Sunday, May 2, 2010 2:45 AM

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