Pricing

Up to 99% of your code converted in a fraction of a second – at almost no cost!

Below you can see our three pricing options for converting your vb6 application to java. The process of buying a licence for your application is described here. Each licence is made unique for your specific Visual Basic project and hence for that specific application you can migrate as many times as you need to.

When registering you get a promotional code for 20 000 lines of code for free.

The price is expressed in price in EUR per 1000 lines of code (KLoC). Downloading and using the analysis feature for planning your migration is free of charge, licenses are purchased on an application-by-application basis.

Go to Web

€10/KLoC*

  • From a fat Visual Basic to web-based JSF
  • From an absolute to relative positioned GUI
  • First 20 000 LoC for free

Stay Desktop

€10/KLoC*

  • From a Visual Basic Client to a Swing Client
  • Stay with your well known user interface
  • First 20 000 LoC for free


*Prices are excl. 25% swedish VAT.

The business case

Just to give you a rough idea of what a bargain this really is, consider the following example. You have 500,000 lines of code (LoC) in an application that you either should rewrite from scratch or convert using Jump 2 Java. For the simplicity of the example, let’s say that you have no dependencies to external code at all, so that all code could successfully be converted. Let’s also assume that the rewritten application will be equal in the amount of LoC as the original application.

An experienced coder will produce roughly 1,000 LoC per day and let’s set a typical consultancy rate for a developer to 400 Euros per day. The developer cost would in the rewrite case add up to 200,000 Euros.

On the contrary, converting this 500,000 LoC application using Jump 2 Java, would cost you 5,000 Euros.

We are not talking about half the price in reduction here; the Jump 2 Java option cost a stunning 97.5% less developer cost than the manual rewrite option. It is done in a fraction of a second and with all your invested time and money in getting the implementation correct preserved. And, if this wasn’t enough, you make the transition from dektop to the web at the same time, automagically.

Even though this example is hypothetical, ie., you seldom have zero dependencies to external code, we still think that you see our point. Beat that!