You heard it here first! Mark your calendars, we’re having ASNApalooza on October 20 and 21 in San Antonio, Texas. We’ll have, among other topics, several new sessions on AVR for .NET, some on creating mobile applications, and a few on modernizing existing RPG user interfaces.
Another article in this issue of the ASNA newsletter discusses AVR for .NET’s Shared() keyword. In addition to Shared(), there is another little-known, but valuable, variable-related keyword to consider, Static().
Back in the mid-90s, I had a model D20 AS/400 in my basement. Living in northern Indiana with the cold winters they have there, that 400 was part-time computer and part-time space heater! I vividly remember the day I unpacked the documentation for that box. That 400 came with 800 pounds, no exaggeration here (the […]
Here is a quick rundown of currently scheduled Webcasts and Training classes.
From an email we received the other day: I am converting an old AVR Classic Windows app to an AVR for .NET Windows app. The app has several special-case areas and third-party controls that make it a candidate for this manual rewrite instead of trying to automate the process with the ASNA Upgrade Assistant. The […]
IBM recently rolled out a free mobile app for using IBM Redbooks. The app is available for Apple devices through the Apple App Store and Android devices through Google Play (search either store for “IBM Redbook”). Microsoft mobile devices are left out in the cold! Again.
It’s been another great year at ASNA and we thank you very much for being an ASNA customer. Your business is very important to us and we greatly appreciate your trust and confidence in us. We have several exciting things planned for 2014 and are very excited for what the new year will bring. One […]
On this cusp of a new year, here are few predictions for 2014: IBM i V5R4 lives on IBM gave V5R4 a three-year stay of execution in the spring of 2013. If you haven’t yet moved off of V5R4, you’ve got until well into 2016 to do so. That said, do be aware by staying […]
The question, “How can I FTP a binary file with AVR for .NET” has come up a time or two in tech support lately. Here is a quick and easy response to that question. As you’ll see, uploading a file with FTP with AVR for .NET is pretty simple.
Free ASNA Mobile RPG and ASNA Wings Webcasts These free 60-minute Webcasts show you how to create great mobile applications with ASNA Mobile RPG and how to provide a great browser-based user interface for your existing RPG programs with ASNA Wings. To register or read more about these Webcasts, please check our most recent Webcast […]
This article takes you on a quick tour of an enterprise mobile app created with ASNA Mobile RPG. It shows how easy and fast it can be to create a mobile app to run on a smartphone or tablet. Screen shots from both smart phones and tablets are included, but all of the panels displayed […]