Visual LANSA V15+: Progressive Web Apps Go Low-Code

The latest edition of Visual LANSA, V15+ (plus), introduces the ability to easily create progressive web apps (PWAs). Now, developing PWAs is as easy as developing any app in Visual LANSA. There is no need to worry about creating a service worker or an app manifest, both of which are vital to PWAs. Visual LANSA …

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Ready to Start Developing the Hottest Apps of 2021 Right Now?

LANSA’s elves have been busy in their developer workshop, and they are close to finishing the latest version of Visual LANSA. With some final tweaks and touch-ups, Visual LANSA v15+ will be ready to drop. Are you ready to get your hands on the hottest holiday software release? The wait is almost over. Visual LANSA …

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Progressive Web Apps: One App for All Devices

Progressive web applications (PWA) have the potential to revolutionize the way businesses approach app development. With the ability to offer a universal experience across all devices with just a single app, PWAs offer scalability, reliability, and flexibility right inside the browser. They also offer the functionality of native mobile apps with the convenience of a …

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LANSA: We’re Just Getting Started

Business is anything but usual, and many of us have had to make adjustments as we continue to adapt to our new environment. I hope this message finds you and your family well as we all navigate through the changes. LANSA customers reside in more than 70 countries and work in a vast array of …

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Let’s Get Virtual: LANSA Low-Code Days Coming in October!

We are less than a month away from LANSA’s first big virtual event, Low-Code Days—a full day of live sessions focusing on various aspects of low-code, modernization, and app development. We will have a session on October 7th for North America and on October 14th for EMEA. There is a little something for everyone, whether …

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We Made Evaluating Visual LANSA Easier Than Ever

We understand the time and resources needed to thoroughly evaluate new development tools. Often, the products selected can make or break a project. Overwhelming success or catastrophic failure hang in the balance of one important decision. That’s why LANSA now has the Visual LANSA Free Trial Experience available for anyone evaluating the Visual LANSA low-code …

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IBM i: The Lean, Mean Business Machine 

I recently read an article on LinkedIn, “6 Elegant IBM i Features That Keep It Advanced,” and it highlighted some of the best features of the IBM i that often go unnoticed. Upon finishing the article, I reflected upon an IBM i seminar I was fortunate to attend. The keynote speaker was Steve Will, chief …

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Future Proofing Application Modernization with Low-Code

Oftentimes when we are tasked with choosing the right platform to transition our software and services from point A to point B, our goal is to examine ease of use, scalability of solutions created, ownership of code, and stability. We find a solution that fits our immediate needs, and we are able to modernize programs …

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Turning to Low-Code in Pandemic Times – Low-Code’s Flexible and Scalable Approach Proves Powerful in Crisis

The enterprise environment is shifting in enormous ways, and with the recent onset of COVID-19—turning seemingly stable organizations upside down—resilience, brevity, and modularity will be the keys to a successful shift. A large part of this shift rests on a change in perspective from traditional software development to the adoption of low-code development platforms. Generally …

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aXes, Visual LANSA, RAMP: Dealing with the Now, Planning for the Future

With the current pandemic drastically changing the way many companies conduct business both internally and externally, software modernization and application development are as important as ever. Many businesses were not prepared to enable their workforce to work remotely. And in their defense, a lot of these businesses are running applications that were never intended to …

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