Tag Archive: Mobile RPG
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 […]
It wasn’t that long ago that the combined total of smartphone and tablets exceeded the installed base of connected computers in the US. But analysts are now predicting that tablets alone will outsell PCs by the end of 2013. It is certainly true that many, perhaps the majority, of these tablets are being used for consumer purposes. However, just as consumer use of smartphones lead to the demand of smartphones in the enterprise, tablet use is most definitely headed towards the enterprise and business use.
Fall is a busy time for us at ASNA. We’re all back from vacation and hitting things hard. Here are a few things that we have upcoming at ASNA.
ASNA’s free 60-minute Webcasts are a great way to learn about ASNA’s products and their capabilities and features. The currently scheduled Webcasts for June are listed below. We often add additional dates and times. Please check our Webcast home page for the latest Webcast schedules.
This article provides the latest version numbers of our most popular products and their download links. You can visit devnet.asna.com to see other product information.
ASNA’s free 60-minute Webcasts are a great way to learn about ASNA’s products and their capabilities and features. This article lists the currently scheduled Webcasts for June are listed below. Our Webcasts are interactive and show our products in action!
IBM has an API called Open Access that dramatically empowers ILE RPG programs to communicate with resources and devices that aren’t natively supported by RPG. This API lets RPG file IO be intercepted transparently and redirected to an Open Access “handler.” ASNA Wings, our RPG UI modernization product, and the soon-to-be-released ASNA Mobile RPG, which enables smartphones and tables to connect directly to RPG applications, both depend on Open Access. From time-to-time we encounter a customer who has the wrong information about Open Access licensing. Let’s clear the air on that subject right now!
ASNA recently announced ASNA Mobile RPG (MR). MR is ASNA’s new product and dramatically lowers the learning curve for creating mobile applications for use with smartphones and tablets. ASNA Mobile RPG ships in the first quarter of 2013.