Use Sencha Touch and JSON/JSONP to talk to your RPG programs.
Written by Robert Swanson
In my previous article on distributing mobile apps within your enterprise, we opened by discussing the difference between web-based mobile apps—essentially websites optimized for use on smartphones—and "native" apps that can be installed directly onto a smartphone. We then walked through the steps of registering with Apple, creating a standalone iPhone app using Sencha Touch and Phone Gap, and then installing the app onto an iPhone. Today we'll take this concept a step further.
Give your users what they need to be successful in their work -- using RPG! Solutions such as Excel spreadsheets, Adobe PDF files, and email are requirements for today’s users, and today’s RPG is more than capable of fulfilling these needs. This book gives you the know-how to break through the obstacles and use common development tools to share information and provide more-compatible interfaces. Learn how to migrate your existing greenbar reports to Excel spreadsheets and PDFs, and discover how to automatically email reports using RPG and JavaMail with this hands-on guide! Buy your hard copy or e-book today!
There's a universal need for clear and flexible policies and rules regarding mobile devices.
Written by Bruce G. Klassen
The big debate by many companies large and small is how to deal with the whole smartphone and tablet issue. It doesn't matter if it's Apple, or Android, or any other provider; the fundamental issues over security, accessibility, ownership, and distractions are the same.
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