Using generic dictionaries with AVR

.NET has had generic data types since .NET 2.0. However, many AVR coders aren’t aware of these powerful data structures and how much time they can save. In this article we’ll take a look at using generic dictionaries in AVR for .NET. Old school RPG programmers will recognize dictionaries as the distant cousin of green-screen RPG’s alternating tables–except much better!


But Metro, we hardly knew ye!

After much fanfare, tons of PowerPoints and videos and presentations, Windows Metro UI, as a brand, is no longer with us. After an apparent disagreement between Microsoft and a European business partner, Microsoft has ditched the Metro name. At least for the time being, what we once knew as Metro style will now be called, simply, a “Windows 8 application” or a “modern UI” application. It seems that this all caught Microsoft a bit by surprise there wasn’t time to think of a better replacement name.


Please visit our booth at the iProDeveloper virtual conference

The iProDeveloper Website is offering a free online event called “Developing for Web and Mobile Applications” on Wednesday, October 17, at 9:30AM ET. The entire agenda focuses on Web and mobile development.


Spring 2012 Newsletter

As many of you know, we just wrapped up our annual ASNApalooza and we really had a great one this year! We were able to reconnect with the many customers and ISVs who attended. It was great to see them all and hear how they are using ASNA products to build great software.


ASNA Presents 2012 ASNApalooza Developer Conference

ASNA is proud to have recently held its 2012 ASNApalooza Developer Conference in San Antonio, Texas. Hosted at the El Tropicano Hotel in downtown San Antonio, ASNApalooza was attended by developers from North America, Central America and Europe!


ASNA Releases Wings 5.2

ASNA is proud to announce ASNA Wings™ 5.2. Wings revolutionizes the process of modernizing IBM i RPG character-based user interfaces with a browser-based alternative. Because Wings uses IBM’s Open Access RPG Edition to enable the modernization of the user interface portions of native RPG programs, all program logic and database access remain hosted on the IBM i.