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  ** Hot News **2015 PowerBuilder ConferenceCharlotte, North Carolina    Once again, I was extremely pleased to be invited back to present at the best PowerBuilder focused conference in North America located in Charlotte, North Carolina running on May 7/8/9, 2015. This year I am presenting a whole series of topics! Here is a tentative list and schedule of my presentations ...   Wednesday May 6 Modern Web UI & Image Management - 9:30am - 11:00amWebifying Existing Apps - 12:45pm - 1:45pmSSL in Appeon/Web - 1:45pm - 2:45pm Thursday May 7Getting started with STD "Web Service" Framework (both together from 8am - 12noonGetting started with STD "Integrated" Framework   (both together from 8am - 12noonActive Directory in PB/Web/mobile - 12:45pm - 2:15pmPB/Web/mobile & web services - 2:15pm - 3:45pm Friday May 8Multi-threaded Service Apps - 10:30am - 12noonCloudifying web/mobile A... (more)

Appeon 2015

** Hot News **Appeon 2015 Released!     Appeon® Corporation has announced (Oct 31, 2014) the general availability of Appeon for PowerBuilder 2015, the next generation of Appeon’s solution for deploying SAP PowerBuilder applications to Web and Mobile targets. This major release extends the Web target to all leading Web browsers for Windows, such as Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, and Opera.  The mobile target has been certified on the latest generation iPhone 6 along with the new iOS 8.  In addition to the expanded client platform support, Appeon for PowerBuilder 2015 includ... (more)

PowerBuilder Developer's View of SQL Anywhere DBMS – Part 2

When you start to develop mission-critical business applications using your favorite development tool, you should seriously consider iAnywhere's SQL Anywhere database management system to support the data management requirements. For this article I will focus on SQL Anywhere version 10 and PowerBuilder 11.0. Some of the features reviewed may not be supported in previous versions of these software releases. Where possible, I will try and identify features that are only supported in the current release and if there are any alternatives in previous versions. In Part 1 I discussed t... (more)

900K Thanks!

PowerBuilder Developer's Journal I just wanted to acknowledge the tremendous increase in the amount of Blog activity that I have received already this year! I think (and hope) that this is because many Sybase professionals out there have come to visit my site for latest information on the Sybase scene. Since I started my Blog in August of 2005 I have seen a steady increase in unique visits to my site. This year alone an exponential increase at that! This whole Blog experience of course is Reed Shilt's fault. Reed is the development manager for PocketBuilder and started the whole ... (more)

Apeon Web - How Does It Work

Appeon WebHow Does It Work?     I was just putting together some information and slides for a presentation to my fellow coworkers on the high-level technical architecture that Appeon Web uses to webify any PowerBuilder Classic based application including ones built using the PowerBuilder Foundation Classes (PFC)!    The main interesting aspects that I am always amazed at with the Appeon Web product are things like: removes the PBVM dependency, builds re-entrant & multi-threaded code, converts your 2 tier application into a 4-tier model, builds full 32 or 64 bit compliant code, incl... (more)