Simplicty and flexibility!

LegEasy Demo aka DOS 6

Dear Legacy user.

Please find a little teaser on the upcoming LegEasy release. You will then be able to port your DFD app to DG3 and use it independently of DOS, DosBox etc.

You will run your DFD apps in a browser window, and you can run it remotely in any location around the world.

Have a quick look below, and play with this simple sample of a LegEasy form in traditional DFD look. When you have ported the DFD app to LegEasy, you will be able to maintain and use it as before, or you can immediately start "morphing" it into a full blown rich web app.

Your choice!

Enjoy!

PS! The picture below is not a picture. It is live! Have a go, and if you need help...hit F4

Published: 18/07/12 - 06:54:07 (Amanda Higgins)

Last changed: 18/07/12 - 18:01:01 (Ulrik Jacob Hoegh - Krohn)

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