ASNA Pipeline #4

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

ASNA Pipeline #3

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

ASNA Pipeline #2

Welcome to ASNA's new newsletter, ASNA Pipeline. It features tips, techniques, and announcements to keep you current with ASNA.

ASNA Pipeline #1

Bienvenido al nuevo boletín de ASNA, ASNA Hardwired. Contiene consejos, técnicas, y anuncios para mantenerse al día con ASNA..

ASP.NET-related troubleshooting/configuration articles

This is a list of the ASP.NET-related configuration and troubleshooting articles at ASNA.com.

Can users change my ASNA's application's CCSID value?

Changing the CCSID value on the client side is not a good practice. In many cases it results in the wrong data being displayed. This article explains why you should change the user's CCSID on the IBM i in the user's profile.

Configure Windows Defender for AVR Web development

The Windows Defender's feature called "Controlled folder access" can cause problems trying to create Web sites with ASNA Visual RPG and Visual Studio. This article shows how to resolve this issue.

A guide to using CSS custom Properties

CSS custom properties are essentially variables you can declare in your CSS. They can dramatically reduce redundancy and increase flexibility in your CSS files. Except for IE 11, all of the major browsers now fully support CSS custom properties. Let's take a closer look.

Removing smart quotes and other characters from HTML input

When cutting and pasting data into Web pages, it's easy to paste smart quotes and other characters that won't later render well on IBM i green-screens. This article shows how to "cleanse" your HTML inputs before submitting them to the server.

Browsers and mobile clients supported for ASNA products

This page provides the current list of browsers supported by ASNA Wings, Mobile RPG, Monarch, Synon Escape, and BTerm.

Don't deploy ASP.NET applications with debug enabled!

Deploying an ASP.NET application with debug enabled is a very poor practice. It impedes performance and might show Internet bad guys error messages details they shouldn't see. This article reminds you how to disable debug mode and provides a warning reminding you that debugging is enabled.

Los drivers de PDF nativos Windows facilitan la impresión Web

La impresión a PDF con ASNA visual RPG Web Apps siempre ha sido una molestia. Los controladores de impresión de Windows PDF nativos de Microsoft en Windows 10 y Windows Server 2016 resuelve el problema.