Case Study

Building an integrated desktop application ecosystem for Finance

A paper published in partnership between Scott Logic and OpenFin

Colin Eberhardt

CTO

“Using web technologies on the desktop isn’t an all-or-nothing option. It is possible to mix and match this approach in various configurations in support of a gradual migration.”

The Challenge

This paper identifies the core building blocks that are required to build an integrated desktop application ecosystem using a combination of web and legacy technologies – an ecosystem where it is easier to deploy and integrate both your own applications and those from third-party vendors. And we look at the challenges involved in moving from legacy desktop technologies to the fast-moving world of web technologies.

Download the white paper to get Scott Logic's list of core building blocks required to build an integrated desktop application ecosystem using a combination of web and legacy technologies.

What's inside:

  • Outlining the desktop ecosystem of the future
  • The desktop legacy challenge
  • Assessing the building blocks of a desktop ecosystem
  • Managing transition risk from legacy to web technologies
  • Leveraging OpenFin
  • Planning your integration journey
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