At VMworld 2016, we had a chance to see PowWow in action for the first time in a while. I recently wrote about what they’ve been up to, so I won’t go into too much detail here other than to say that while other App Transformation companies (the name that we’ve settled on for what some call App Refactoring or group alongside RMADs) are sinking, PowWow appears to be on the rise. They’ve recently secured more funding, and the product itself has come a long way from its beginnings.
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At VMworld, PowWow announced that Windows 10 has joined Android and iOS on its list of supported clients, so not only can you use Windows 10 to host an application that is being transformed, you can now use the transformed version of that application on Windows 10 as well.
This is a great conversation, and App Transformation is a concept that I really believe in, so have a look and let us know what you think.