How to Call an IBM i API Using newlook Remote Procedure Call (RPC)

Posted by Francisco Hoya on Nov 12, 2015 12:50:28 PM

How to Call an IBM i API Using newlook Remote Procedure Call (RPC) 

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Topics: IBM i, newlook, RPC, ibmi, remote procedure call, IBM i API

Making time to learn new things: The iBelieve tour is back

Posted by Paul Hodgkinson on Oct 30, 2015 2:15:39 PM

Almost everyone I know in IT is busy.

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Topics: IBM i, Mobile, GUI, RPG Open Access, iBelieve, Application Modernization, ibmi, Optimization, RPG, Strategy, AS400

Part 2: How to create alert pop-up dialogs on IBM i using newlook JScript

Posted by Francisco Hoya on Dec 18, 2014 6:38:42 PM

Welcome to Part 2 of the blog How to create Alert pop-up dialogs on IBM i using newlook JScript.
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Topics: ibmi

Part 1: How to create alert pop-up dialogs on IBM i using newlook JScript

Posted by Francisco Hoya on Dec 18, 2014 6:38:03 PM

We recently received a question regarding how to create alert pop-up dialogs using newlook JScript on your IBM i. It was a great question and the tip we have provided is helpful for all, so please find the answer below.
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Topics: ibmi

Success is a journey, not a destination. Deliver value with IBM i application modernization.

Posted by Sanat Dickson on Mar 28, 2014 1:51:44 AM


There are multiple aspects to the application modernization process, and also many varied means of implementation and delivery.

From extending the life of your existing applications, leveraging your business logic, developing new functionality, to taking advantage of today's mobile devices and the Cloud, there are so many options available.

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Topics: IBM i, Application Modernization, Business Logic, looksoftware, ibmi

Capturing IBM i Host Screens

Posted by Rasmiya Cader on Mar 11, 2014 1:53:20 AM

Capturing IBM i host screens

Often there will be a need to view and work with IBM i host screens offline when a live connection to the host is not available. In these instances looksoftware provides the facility to capture host screen information in a discrete file that can then be loaded offline. The captured host screens are stored with a file extension of (.nl).

Working offline removes the constraints of always having to have a live connection during development. nl host screen captures are a complete capture of the host screen information and therefore can be viewed in either GUI or emulator view. This is particularly useful for offline demonstrations and early development work.

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Topics: Application Modernization, ibmi