Enterprise Browser offers several options for migrating apps from different operating systems, competitive solutions and legacy systems so they can run on modern hardware EB versions. Below is a summary of EB migration options with links to the relevant documentation for each.
PocketBrowser is an app development toolkit for Windows Mobile/CE that's built on the mobile version of Internet Explorer. It enables developers to quickly build mobile apps for a wide range of functions, including barcode scanning, signature capture and printing.
In many cases, PocketBrowser 2.x/3.x apps can run within Enterprise Browser after just a few small changes. The PocketBrowser Migration Guide explains the changes that will always be required for migrating to EB from PB, and a few others that might be.
RhoElements is an extension of the RhoMobile HTML5 development environment that enables connected and non-connected apps to perform seamlessly on Android and Windows Mobile/CE devices. Enterprise Browser supports RhoElements 2.x applications, which in many cases will run in EB with just a few small changes. The RhoElements Migration Guide explains explains the changes that will always be required for migration to EB, and a few others that might be.
The RhoMobile Migration Guide explains the changes required for migrating RhoMobile apps to EB.
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