ASNA released Visual RPG for .NET 16.x (AVR) a couple of months ago. This is the version of AVR for .NET that supports Visual Studio 2019. This article discusses important product changes introduced with this version.
AVR Classic was originally introduced more than 25 years ago. It was intended for traditional desktop environments--not modern cloud environments. This article covers why AVR Classic apps are not formally supported on cloud environments.
ASNA is very proud to announce that Mr. Mitsunari Wataru, based in Japan, is our first distributor in the Pacific Rim.
This article applies to customers of the now-defunct Kelly Software and what needs to be done when ASNA product licenses expire. Although this article references a now-defunct company in the US, it generally applies to any ASNA customer using software created by an ISV who is now out of business.
Backing up critical corporate assets is incredibly important. But don't assume your backup is working without checking its veracity on a regular basis.
An AVR for .NET class makes a very effective, and far more powerful alternative to an AVR data structure.