ASP.NET's WebForms acquired a semantic, or "friendly", routing feature several years ago. Routing is built into .NET and works great with ASNA Visual RPG.
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Receiving error: " CPF 1296 – Signon information required" when trying to sign into Wings or Mobile RPG application
The article compares corresponding data types for AVR, to data types in the .NET Framework, C#, and VB.NET. It shows how AVR implements .NET's data types.
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.
In most cases, ASNA products (including Wings, Mobile RPG, and Monarch) already produce HTML 5 document types. However, depending on the project template you're using, ASNA Visual RPG may produce an XHTML 1.1 document type. This article shows how to ensure your AVR projects are using the HTML 5 document type.
Resolving the error: Could not load file or assembly 'Microsoft.VisualStudio.AppDesigner. version= 126.96.36.199" when creating new AVR projects or opening existing projects. There were changes made to the internal structure of Visual Studio 2017 that require an update.
We occasionally get questions about where or how to get ASNA Visual RPG (AVR) programmers. That question doesn’t have a good, single answer, but here are a few thoughts and considerations for that challenge.
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.
Getting up to speed with the latest news about Bootstrap 4, CSS FlexBox and Grids, and Windows Git clients.
Building new apps usually requires test data. Mockaroo makes it easy to generate this test data to help with both the creation and testing of the new app.
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