WDSC isn't just a replacement to SEU; it charts a new path for development based on IBM's open-source Eclipse IDE. More than just an editor, WDSC is also a design studio, a compiler, an integration aid, and a test platform. It supports not only standard languages such as RPG and COBOL, but also Java, HTML, JavaServer Pages, and Cascading Style Sheets. The sheer scope of features available in WDSC makes learning it overwhelming for many programmers.
Click on the links below to see the first of a series of video tutorials that will help you make the transition from the traditional SEU IDE into the broader world of WDSC.
WDSC Basics, Volume 1: "Creating a Custom WDSC Perspective"
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