Version 10 of the looksoftware development suite has many improvements over previous development environments and with those improvements come different approaches to accomplishing familiar tasks.
Most developers using or planning to use version 10 within their IBM i Development Environment, will be coming from earlier product versions, so this blog post will focus on the major changes you can expect to your development environment.
Google maps can be integrated with newlook screens to assist users to find an address, view maps, or get driving directions.
The IBM i has a large installed base of legacy applications that are written in RPG and Cobol with green screens. These applications are performing core functions for many companies. They were written well before the explosion of the internet, the cloud or mobile devices.
The looksoftware SDK is a packaged solution containing a large selection of samples showcasing commonly used and requested functionality.
These samples can be reused as-is or as starting points for your own projects.
Purchasing software has always been something of a risk, however in todays climate there is more pressure than ever before to make the right decision. With a reported 70% of software projects failing to deliver the pre-purchase objectives, it seems easier to make the wrong decision than the right one. I believe there are a couple of significant reasons behind this failure rate:
This really boils down to two key elements:
XML HTTP request 2 and web workers - tools built to make web applications yet run like Native applications.