How to publish a VM in Azure

Publishing a VM in Azure is not as easy or simple as we had hoped. After much back and forth between marketing people, DevOps and a couple of our developers we finally got it right! The biggest component we never factored in was just how long it would take from […]

Warewolf Version 1 is here!

  Warewolf Version 1 is finally here… it’s been a long, hard, fun journey to get to this point. We are proud to introduce Warewolf to the world: Version 1 is our first real attempt at sticking our necks out and sharing what we have done with the early adopters, […]

Warewolf V1 Release Candidate

You may have heard the rumblings about the upcoming, official Version 1 of Warewolf. The rumors are true! Warewolf V1 is just around the corner and lucky for you, you don’t need to wait to get a sneak preview of what it will hold! We received an awesome response after […]

The COM Connector in Warewolf

One of the upcoming features in Warewolf  is the Component Object Model, or COM, connector. I am personally looking forward to this feature because of my experience on working directly with COM components in VB 6.0. Many companies have been trying to upgrade legacy business applications for years but it never […]

Implementing Custom Windows Performance Counters in C#

Custom Windows performance counters enable us to capture, publish and analyse the performance data related to one or more applications or services running in the system or the system as a whole. This gives you real time statistics for the resource consumption in your system or application. The obvious benefit […]

Lookless Controls in Warewolf – Part 2

Looking back at Part 1 of this series, we discussed the basics of creating a “Lookless” control and how the UI interacts with the EditableCustomControl. We discussed creating controls using Dependency Properties and how to customize the class and make it work in the UI. Here we will build a […]