Application Modernization JsRO

Application Modernization JsRO


In this report, we will explore the power of JavaScript Remote Objects (JSRO) and how they revolutionize the way we integrate Windows and web applications. We will discuss the benefits, implementation, and practical examples that demonstrate the advantages of using JSRO for seamless Windows and web integration.

What is JavaScript Remote Objects (JSRO)?

JavaScript Remote Objects (JSRO) is a powerful technology that allows you to create custom objects in a Windows application and expose them to a web application. This innovative approach enables seamless communication between the two platforms, bridging the gap between Windows and web applications.


JSRO works by defining remote objects in a Windows application, which are then accessible via JavaScript on the client-side. This method allows you to interact with these remote objects as if they were native JavaScript objects, providing a smooth and intuitive experience for developers.

JSRO Architecture

  • jsRO objects are defined and created in the application using the native language.

  • Each jsRO object is replicated into the web browser as a Javascript object and works with its native counterpart as a single distributed object.

Benefits of Using JSRO

There are several advantages to using JSRO for Windows and web integration:

Enhanced Interoperability

JSRO enables seamless communication between Windows and web applications, allowing you to leverage the full capabilities of both platforms. This improved interoperability allows you to create more powerful and versatile applications that cater to a broader audience.

Simplified Development

By exposing remote objects as native JavaScript objects, JSRO simplifies the development process for both Windows and web developers. This unified approach streamlines coding and reduces the learning curve associated with integrating the two platforms.

Improved Performance

JSRO allows you to offload processing tasks to the Windows application, potentially improving performance and reducing the load on the web application. This can result in a more responsive user experience and improved resource management.


We've just scratched the surface of JavaScript Remote Objects (JSRO) in this introduction. We've learned that JSRO is a tool that helps Windows and web applications talk to each other more easily. It makes the job of developers simpler and can make applications work better and faster.
But to really understand JSRO, we need to see it in action. So, in the next section, we're going to look at real examples of how JSRO is used in the real world. This will give us a clearer picture of why JSRO is such a powerful tool. So, stay tuned for more!

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