Yes, We Have AngularJS!
For at least 8 years, the Gold Standard for legacy software modernization at the enterprise level has been Java – just ask Forrester or Gartner. Yes, Microsoft .NET is the #2 choice, and depending on whose figures you look at and what you include in the .NET category, Microsoft is gaining ground. We don’t mind which one we do, we can handle both and help you pick the one that’s best for you.
In .NET, the front end of your web application will normally be implemented in some flavor of ASP, and for Java, JSP has been the way to go for a long time. But now, there is an intriguing technology that lets you build responsive and beautiful user interfaces – and it works for both .NET and Java implementations.
I’m talking about AngularJS. ResQSoft now can modernize your legacy COBOL, VB, Oracle Forms, Powerbuilder, Software AG Natural (and over 40 others) to an AngularJS User Interface (UI) that comes with .NET or Java for a full enterprise web system implementation. We even modernize legacy Java and ASP applications to Angular. JSP to Angular, how cool is that?
One of the great things about AngularJS is that it is production code that is easy to work with. Our developers can work with users to refine the UI during modernization, many times rearranging the UI on the spot to support exactly the functionality and workflow you want in your new system. Users can relate to a UI that they can see much better than the slow, expensive, requirements documentation that half the time winds up being wrong anyway.
And Angular is mobile-ready, out of the box. With a little forethought, your new application will run on PCs, Macs, tablets, and phones, with no coding changes.
Will AngularJS become the new Gold Standard? We don’t know. But, the systems built with it are attractive and responsive – and since we generate the code, we can switch it for JSP or ASP or Thymeleaf or HTML if Angular falls into disfavor.
If you want a good-looking system that runs on desktops AND mobile, and you want to be able to change your old system when you modernize it rather than just bringing the old one forward bit for byte, talk to us!
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