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.
This page provides the current list of browsers on which web-based ASNA products are specifically tested.
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.
Printing to PDF with ASNA Visual RPG Web apps has always been a royal hassle. Microsoft's native Windows PDF print drivers in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 solve this issue.
This page describes the currently supported ASNA product and their platform requirements.
This article shows how to use CSS's FlexBox feature to vertically center an image in a Web page. A couple of years ago a new CSS
Unlike AVR Classic's Clear opcode, AVR for .NET's, Clear opcode cannot be used to clear a form. This article provides a solution to that challenge. This challenge is packed with ah-ha moments, especially for those of you coming to AVR for .NET from AVR Classic.
Hardcoded session timeouts don't always resolve your ASP.NET challenges. This article shows you how to combine the advantages of a long session timeout with the benefits of quick user job cleanup.
ASNA US observes six US holidays during the year. This article lists those holidays and explains other office closure circumstances.
ASNA Wings/Monarch both offer a feature that enables double-clicking (or double-tapping) a subfile row to initiate an action against that row.
This document provides an archival listing of retired ASNA products.
One of the frustrations of writing Web or mobile applications is that before you can demo them you must deploy them. For many apps, deployment takes nearly as much work as writing them! Imagine having an ASNA Visual RPG Web app, or an ASNA Mobile RPG app, in Visual Studio on your desktop and, in about 20 seconds, being able to show it to anyone, anywhere, on the Internet. Without deploying it!