Announcing the Availability of LANSA Open for .NET, version 4.0

by | Dec 9, 2021 | App Development, Application Modernization, Data and Process Integration, Enterprise Integration, IBM i, LANSA Openfor.NET, Systems Integration | 0 comments

For years, LANSA Open for .NET has enabled thousands of .NET developers around the world. It has given them the means to incorporate IBM i services into Windows rich-client and Web applications. LANSA has also allowed them to view their IBM i data and programs as resources within Visual Studio.

Now, we are happy to announce that LANSA continues to evolve and enhance LANSA Open for .NET. Among our other improvements, we have added .NET 5 support which may really help with your IBM i modernization efforts.

LANSA Open for .NET – now supporting .NET 5

In addition to adding to the solid foundation and success of accessing your IBM i applications for .NET 3 Core, the new release extends support to include .NET 5. It also incorporates new features and performance enhancements. Finally, we updated the LANSA Component Model Designer Visual Studio plugin to work in Visual Studio 2017 + 2019.

With the launch of this product, LANSA confirms its long-term commitment to updating its products to bring the latest and greatest technologies to the legendary reliability, security, and performance of the IBM i architecture.

Looking ahead: Expanded .NET & VS Support

The LANSA product team is currently scoping .NET 6 and VS 2022 support.

Our product team would love to speak with you about your LANSA Open for .NET requirements. Please reach out to LANSA sales if you’re interested in speaking with them.

About LANSA Open for .NET

LANSA Open for .NET is a Visual Studio plugin that provides Windows developers direct access to IBM i (AS/400, iSeries) resources within their .NET applications and without leaving Visual Studio.

Let’s look at a step-by-step process flow on how your company can modernize with .NET on this IBM guidance.

Interested in LANSA Open for .NET? Visit our product page.

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