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Thread: Thinfinity remoting



Permlink Replies: 5 - Last Post: Jan 13, 2016 4:16 AM Last Post By: Mehdy Karimpour
Mike Margerum

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Thinfinity remoting
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  Posted: Oct 22, 2015 10:09 AM
Anyone using this that can give me some feedback? Looking at it to
potentially serve up a VCL app to the web

Thanks
Eduardo Elias

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Re: Thinfinity remoting
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  Posted: Oct 22, 2015 5:41 PM   in response to: Mike Margerum in response to: Mike Margerum
Hello Mike,

I am using it in production for sometime already (1 year)

It is a stable and really good product. And really good support.

I am using it with Firemonkey, but I suppose that with VCL it should be even
better, since they have some troubles with glitches of Firemonkey.

It is absolutelly trouble free using it, I never had issues with customers.
I have a chain of 20 stores using it every day. With a Windows 2012 server,
fast, reliable etc. Works in all browsers.

There is minor issue in old computers with old/outdate video card drivers,
in this case it will work but with some laggy mouse. However even that they
are getting better in each new release.

There is printing support that is just awesome downloading as pdf.

They have free trial, 90 days unlimited users, just take it and test, the
developer version is free, so you can make it run and see with your eyes.

easiest way for "web" application. You can set your application for full
browser client area, so it will show up similar to a web page.

Eduardo

Anyone using this that can give me some feedback? Looking at it to
potentially serve up a VCL app to the web

Thanks
Bernd Maierhofer

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Re: Thinfinity remoting
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  Posted: Oct 22, 2015 11:11 PM   in response to: Eduardo Elias in response to: Eduardo Elias
Eduardo,

you are a valuable source of information! Looks as if we have similiar
demands. :- )

Greetings from Vienna,
Bernd

"Eduardo Elias" wrote in message news:737969 at forums dot embarcadero dot com...

Hello Mike,

I am using it in production for sometime already (1 year)

It is a stable and really good product. And really good support.

I am using it with Firemonkey, but I suppose that with VCL it should be even
better, since they have some troubles with glitches of Firemonkey.

It is absolutelly trouble free using it, I never had issues with customers.
I have a chain of 20 stores using it every day. With a Windows 2012 server,
fast, reliable etc. Works in all browsers.

There is minor issue in old computers with old/outdate video card drivers,
in this case it will work but with some laggy mouse. However even that they
are getting better in each new release.

There is printing support that is just awesome downloading as pdf.

They have free trial, 90 days unlimited users, just take it and test, the
developer version is free, so you can make it run and see with your eyes.

easiest way for "web" application. You can set your application for full
browser client area, so it will show up similar to a web page.

Eduardo

Anyone using this that can give me some feedback? Looking at it to
potentially serve up a VCL app to the web

Thanks
Mike Margerum

Posts: 590
Registered: 12/1/99
Re: Thinfinity remoting
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  Posted: Oct 23, 2015 7:05 AM   in response to: Eduardo Elias in response to: Eduardo Elias
Anyone using this that can give me some feedback? Looking at it to
potentially serve up a VCL app to the web

Thanks

Thanks Eduardo!
This seems like it may be a good fit for me.
Mehdy Karimpour

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Re: Thinfinity remoting
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  Posted: Jan 13, 2016 4:16 AM   in response to: Eduardo Elias in response to: Eduardo Elias
Eduardo Elias wrote:
Hello Mike,

I am using it in production for sometime already (1 year)

It is a stable and really good product. And really good support.

I am using it with Firemonkey, but I suppose that with VCL it should be even
better, since they have some troubles with glitches of Firemonkey.

It is absolutelly trouble free using it, I never had issues with customers.
I have a chain of 20 stores using it every day. With a Windows 2012 server,
fast, reliable etc. Works in all browsers.

There is minor issue in old computers with old/outdate video card drivers,
in this case it will work but with some laggy mouse. However even that they
are getting better in each new release.

There is printing support that is just awesome downloading as pdf.

They have free trial, 90 days unlimited users, just take it and test, the
developer version is free, so you can make it run and see with your eyes.

easiest way for "web" application. You can set your application for full
browser client area, so it will show up similar to a web page.

Eduardo

Anyone using this that can give me some feedback? Looking at it to
potentially serve up a VCL app to the web

Thanks

Dear Eduardo Elias,
Thanks for your great post.
Our company has a VCL application that want to run on the web using Thinfinity VirtualUI product, same as you did.
But actually, I want to know your server configuration and communication protocol between your 20 stores, if it is possible?
We have 200 concurrent users, Do you think of the Thinfinity VirtualUI?

Best Regards
Mehdy
Christian Kaufm...

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Re: Thinfinity remoting
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  Posted: Oct 23, 2015 12:32 AM   in response to: Mike Margerum in response to: Mike Margerum
Anyone using this that can give me some feedback? Looking at it to
potentially serve up a VCL app to the web

I don't use it in production. But I looked at it some months ago. I have a quite complex VCL
application with map (TatukGIS) and could do the setup within 1-2 hours.

I didn't follow it further because the customers run Citrix environement now anyway. But I think,
it's definitively worth to look at.

cu Christian
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