Migrating to Windows 7 means upgrading to Internet Explorer 8. But until now there was no way to test web applications to ensure they are compatible with the new browser. App-DNA now offers a unique opportunity to assess IE8 application compatibility and remediation requirements for web applications in a beta version of the AppTitude application compatibility software platform that includes specific IE8 testing and remediation capabilities.
App-DNA is currently seeking eligible beta test candidates to perform testing of an upcoming release of AppTitude that includes specific functionality for IE web application compatibility testing and remediation. To register for the App-DNA AppTitude IE beta program, please complete the survey here by July 30, 2010.
Compatibility for IE8 web applications is a hurdle for enterprises planning to simultaneously migrate to Windows 7 and IE8. In addition to proven Windows 7 migration accelerators, the upcoming release of AppTitude includes new features to:
- Address the blockers surrounding web application compatibility
- Automate the capture of the web application source
- Test the web application’s “DNA” with specifically designed heuristic (experience based) algorithms to determine success of the application with IE8 and Windows 7 security hardening
- Determine best remediation paths to ensure mission-critical web applications behave well on IE8.
To register for the App-DNA AppTitude IE beta program, please complete the survey here by July 30, 2010.
Courtesy: App-DNA emailers
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