ASNA, a Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner, today announced plans to ship ASNA Visual RPG 10 (AVR) in July, 2010. This version of AVR works with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010.
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AppEvo, the APPlication EVOlution road show for executives weighing strategic options to extend or migrate IBM System i legacy applications, has been scheduled in three cities for June 2010. The half-day executive seminars are co-sponsored by ASNA, a leader in developing software products that evolve IBM midrange systems; Transoft, a leading expert in providing innovative modernization software and services; and Microsoft.
ASNA, a Microsoft Visual Studio Industry Partner, today announced plans to simultaneously-ship ASNA Visual RPG 10.0 (AVR) with Microsoft Visual Studio 2010. Visual Studio 2010 is a single integrated development environment that takes your skills further and adjusts to the ways you work. AVR is a .NET-based RPG compiler than works from within Visual Studio just as VB.NET and C# do. AVR compiles to native MSIL code and supports intrinsic Visual Studio features such as its Windows and Web designers, Intellisense, its debugger, and its deployment tools.
ASNA presented the Business Value of IT Modernization to the Northern iSeries User Group (NiSUG). The 15 October meeting was the last meeting of the year for the Manchester, UK, user group. Teaming up with Microsoft, Transoft and ALTech Software, the presenters made a compelling case for the Return on Asset (ROA) in today’s economic climate.
Millennium Software has entered into agreement with ASNA International to enable companies to work together in the Irish market of IBM’s System i users. ASNA’s products enable businesses to maximise their investments in RPG applications; extending the value of these assets to enable Web services, better integration between all applications, modern user interfaces, and contemporary development strategies.
Transoft and ASNA, two longtime competitors in the System i modernization and code migration business, are now working together as partners thanks to a technology agreement hashed out by their parent companies.