Visual Basic Offers from Partners

Our partners section provides information on free and commercial tools and solutions from our partners to assist you with a more complete migration from Visual Basic 6 to .NET.

Partners

ArtinSoft’s Visual Basic Upgrade Companion (VBUC) ArtinSoft’s Visual Basic Upgrade Companion (VBUC)

ArtinSoft’s Visual Basic Upgrade Companion (VBUC) is an industry-leading tool for the migration of VB6 to .NET. With a proven track record of millions of lines migrated to C# and VB.NET, the VBUC helps you move your business critical applications out of obsolescence, free of ties to third-party dependencies. A version of this tool is available to you at no cost.

Great Migrations Studio (gmStudio)

gmStudio is a unique system re-engineering environment for developing scalable, custom VB6/ASP/COM to .NET upgrade solutions.   As a comprehensive software re-engineering platform, gmStudio helps you plan, customize, improve, verify, and track your upgrade process and meet the unique requirements of your source code and your .NET standards.  If you are looking towards preserving and enhancing the value of your VB6/ASP/COM assets, gmStudio is the most advanced and cost-effective solution available. 


VB Migration Partner tool

VB Migration Partner tool

VB Migration Partner is an innovative VB6 conversion software, created by a team of renowned VB and .NET experts led by VB guru Francesco Balena, that helps you port VB6 applications to VB.NET or C#. It supports virtually all VB6 features and controls, and generates .NET applications with fewer errors and in less time than other conversion tools. VB Migration Partner relies on a sophisticated conversion engine that can handle constructs having no direct equivalent in the .NET Framework world. The code generation module and the powerful refactoring module emit .NET code that rivals in quality with code written by expert developers. Even better, developers can customize the generated code and can improve the behavior of the converted application while keeping it in sync with the original VB6 project, thanks to the Convert-Test-Fix cycle methodology.