Consultingwerk is supporting application partners and end customers. We are offering consulting services throughout any phase of application development and modernization projects and for every period in the lifetime of a business application. We are a provider of development tools and focus on application modernization, application architecture, the OpenEdge GUI for .NET, Mobile and Web applications. Our consulting services range from coaching and mentoring, training, technology and architecture assessment, prototyping, framework design and software development. Consultingwerk is founding member of the Common Component Specification initiative and Progress Software Service Delivery and Technology Alliance Partner.
The is the unique framework and toolset for OpenEdge developers that combines ease of use and developer productivity with flexibility and future proofness. The framework is designed for the OpenEdge GUI for .NET, mobile and web user interfaces, Progress Pacific, OpenEdge BPM and Corticon and is designed for modernizing existing applications as well as starting new projects – deployed in the cloud and on premise. The framework provides rich design time and runtime functionality and allows integration with existing frameworks and applications.
The SmartComponent Library provides specialized productivity tools and integrates into and extends the Progress development utilities to increase your developer productivity and kick-start your modernization success.
is the unique tool that is designed to modernize your ABL GUI using .NET and has already been successfully used with more than 40 different Progress and OpenEdge applications originally developed and deployed on Progress releases from Version 8 to OpenEdge 11. The WinKit ensures future proofness of existing OpenEdge GUI applications and provides an open platform for ongoing application modernization. The WinKit simplifies enhanced user experience and satisfaction. The WinKit is based on proven templates and customizable code migration utilities as well as a feature rich SDK which is used to integrate the existing GUI with modern .NET Controls with little effort.
|What's coming in the next OpenEdge releases|
|16. September 2012: Recently I have attended one of Progress Software's Insight conferences (http://www.progress-insight.com/) in Frankfurt. Progress Vice President for SaaS Colleen Smith gave a presentation about the... [more]
|OpenEdge Ultra Control versions|
|05. July 2012: Below you’ll find a table listing the versions of the OpenEdge UltraControls (Infragistics NetAdvantage for WinForms Controls) that shipped with OpenEdge releases. OpenEdge Release Version of... [more]
|Serious issues with GUI for .NET type management in OpenEdge 11.1|
|05. July 2012: While testing the SmartComponent Library and WinKit on OpenEdge 11.1 during the last couple of days, we’ve made a couple of expected code changes but we also ran into two serious OpenEdge... [more]
|Customizing OpenEdge Architect for non-Java Developers|
|07. May 2012: From this link you can download the slides to the presentation held today at the PUG Challenge Americas on modifying the setup of OpenEdge Architect so that it suits your needs... [more]
|Extreme Windows Desktop Integration - Updated|
|24. April 2012: We have just published on update of the Extreme Windows Desktop Integration samples and slides to our web server. The samples are updated for the hands-on workshop during the "PUG UK & Ireland... [more]
|Meet Consultingwerk at developer conferences this spring!|
|13. April 2012: The spring 2012 is fully packed with developer conferences in Europe and the USA – plenty of chances to talk to Consultingwerk experts Marko Rüterbories and Mike Fechner and discuss... [more]
|PUG Challenge Americas Agenda Online|
|10. March 2012: The PUG Challenge America conference agenda is now online! Mike Fechner from Consultingwerk will be participating with three presentations and Consultingwerk will be presenting our OpenEdge... [more]
|Issues with certain Active X Controls in OpenEdge 11 – WinKit saves the day…|
|11. February 2012: If your current OpenEdge GUI application is using Active X Controls, this Progress Software knowledge base article might be of interest for you: Critical Alert: Issues migrating applications that... [more]
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