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OData is quickly becoming the Lingua Franca for data exchange over the web. The OData standard defines a protocol and a language structure for issuing queries and updates to remote data sources, including (but not limited to) relational databases, file systems, content management syst...
SAP's Mobile Platform allows mobile developers to create a wide variety of different styles of enterprise mobile apps, and supports both native and HTML5/Javascript-based architectures. This article compares and contrasts the four major programming APIs that allow developers to write ...
Yes, Virginia, Sybase does have a J2EE-compatible application server, and it's known as EAS, short for Enterprise Application Server. In fact, EAS is alive and well, and this issue of the PowerBuilder Developer's Journal will focus on the recent release of version 6.0.
As we all know by now, the interface between PowerBuilder and the myriad of Source Code Control (SCC) providers was completely rewritten with the release of PB 8.0. Over the past three years, PowerBuilder's SCC interface has been in a nearly constant state of evolution, and several key...
Every software development project of any significant size or complexity has a requirement for controlling the source code asset. PowerBuilder is capable of integrating with any third-party Source Code Control (SCC) tool that implements Microsoft's SCC API.
Source code control (SCC) has become a 'hot topic' lately, especially after PowerBuilder 8.0 was released, as it contains a wholesale revision to its interface with third-party SCC tools.
Every development shop that is currently managing its PowerBuilder source code with a third-party SCC tool and has not yet migrated to PB8 will need to understand the upcoming changes in methodology before attempting a migration. Even PBNative users will be affected, as that interface ...
PowerBuilder 8.0 was launched in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the product and, by all accounts, it has exceeded everyone's expectations (...and there was much rejoicing!). The enhancements in this release focus specifically on three major areas - the Web, EAServer integrat...
Every software development project of any significant size or complexity has a requirement for controlling the source code asset. PowerBuilder is capable of integrating with any third-party Source Code Control (SCC) tool that implements Microsoft's SCC API.
Source code control (SCC) has become a 'hot topic' lately, especially after PowerBuilder 8.0 was released, as it contains a wholesale revision to its interface with third-party SCC tools.
Every development shop that is currently managing its PowerBuilder source code with a third-party SCC tool and has not yet migrated to PB8 will need to understand the upcoming changes in methodology before attempting a migration. Even PBNative users will be affected, as that interface ...
PowerBuilder 8.0 was launched in conjunction with the 10th anniversary of the product and, by all accounts, it has exceeded everyone's expectations (...and there was much rejoicing!). The enhancements in this release focus specifically on three major areas - the Web, EAServer integrat...