The weak link in virtually every IBM I RPG application is the green user interface. For years, now, band aids and half-measures have been used to try to fix the problem. But no one solution has really solved the problem appropriately. That’s where ASNA Wings comes in. ASNA Wings lets you easily create an alternative browser-based user interface for your RPG programs. Wings doesn’t require invasive changes to your RPG and works with desktop and mobile browsers.
What should you, as an RPG programmer, know about jQuery?
Written by Jan Jorgensen
For a very long time, I've been writing about jQuery, and some of you might wonder why on earth I keep "preaching" about this. I'll tell you why. Based on the email I get about my articles, the user group meetings I attend, and the programmers I work with on a daily basis, I really think jQuery is the medicine that can save us from being one of those old green-screen programmers who just sits there in the back, writing batch programs for our beloved IBM i.
Get continuous performance data without major overhead.
Written by Tom Huntington
Does your team often get surprised by end users calling to complain about performance problems? Have you ever not had the details needed to see what was causing a performance problem? Are you struggling with a proactive approach to managing performance? Do you have someone manually documenting WRKSYSSTS or WRKDSKSTS output?