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 schedule posted on our global events listing Web page.
ASNA Wings — Modernizing your existing RPG apps with a browser-based UI
- January 23, 2014 presented in English
- February 20, 2014 presented in English
- February 27, 2014 presented in Spanish
ASNA Mobile RPG — Creating great mobile apps with IBM i RPG
- January 16, 2014 presented in English
- February 13, 2014 presented in English
- February 20, 2014 presented in Spanish
AVR Web class in the US
We’ll have an AVR 5-day Web class in our San Antonio classroom on March 24-28, 2014. This class is aimed at beginner-to-intermediate programmers. It covers using AVR for .NET to create browser-based programs for deployment to either the Web or your local intranet. This class assumes that students know RPG but no knowledge of Microsoft Visual Studio (VS) is assumed—the class otherwise starts from scratch. However, any experience that you have with Visual Studio in VB.NET or C#, experience with the IBM Rational Developer products, or even Eclipse, will be very helpful. After attending this class you’ll have the knowledge it takes to start building browser-based applications with ASNA Visual RPG.
ASNA Visual RPG for .NET Advanced Programming Class
We’ll have an AVR Advanced Programming Class in our San Antonio classroom on February 24-28, 2014. This is a 5-day class that is intended for experienced AVR for .NET prorammers who want to take their AVR programming skills to the next level. While this class is primarily intended for programmers building browser-based applications, a substantial portion of it applies to both Windows and browser-based development. It certainly tips in the browser-based direction, but this class would be a good class for AVR developers of either programming model.
A core part of this class is dedicated to teaching you how to program effectively with classes. Building and using classes effectively with AVR is at the root of building great applications—be it Windows or browser-based. The first half of this class is devoted to teaching the intermediate and advanced object oriented skills needed to effectively use classes in AVR. After learning this material, you’ll have a well-rounded knowledge of how to partition your applications appropriately with classes and how to use advanced OO patterns and techniques with AVR. Click here to read more about the class and click here to register.