Frustration runs deep with RPG’s character-based user interface. Until now, there just hasn't been a truly effective solution to solving this challenge. But with the advent of ASNA Wings, the rules and possibilities have changed dramatically.
Wings provides a safe, reliable, and effective way to give your RPG applications the user interface they deserve—while keeping RPG logic and file IO on the IBM i.
Avoid headaches and wasted time by learning the major differences between DB2 for i and T-SQL dialects.
Written by Michael Sansoterra
It's apparent by emails I've received that some SQL Server developers are having an opportunity to delve into the DB2 for i realm. Even though SQL would ideally be a platform-neutral, standards-based language, the truth is there are many SQL syntax and feature differences among the major database providers.
Zend Technologies has launched a new series of ongoing surveys designed to take the pulse of developers around the globe and answer questions regarding technology trends now and in the future. Zend Developer Pulse's first results, compiled last November, reveal startling detail about usage trends in languages and platforms heretofore known largely from anecdotal stories. The survey queried developers on technology and career trends for 2012, and produced answers to questions about next-gen Web, social, mobile, and cloud directions.