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Monday, May 16 • 9:30am - 10:45am
22CQ Web Development. Reinvented. With LANSA.

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Until now, Web developers were forced to master many different programming skill-sets to build an enterprise-class web application — HTML, JavaScript, CSS, PHP/.Net/Java, Ajax, JSON, Bootstrap, etc.  LANSA has changed the game of Web development by allowing developers to build responsive, transactional Web applications with a single language for the client-side, server-side and everything in between.

Attend this session to discover why LANSA's brand new Web technology is a game-changer. Watch and learn how to never write another line of HTML, JavaScript, or CSS code again. Ever. Again.

Learning Objectives:





  • Design your user interface without writing a single line of HTML, JavaScript, or CSS code.



  • Create responsive websites that instantly auto-adjust to properly fit any screen without using Bootstrap or other front-end frameworks. 



  • Read, insert, update, or delete data on the server without having to refresh the entire webpage - and without having to know anything about AJAX or JSON.



  • Execute client-side validation checks and business logic into your webpages without writing any JavaScript code.



  • Develop Single Page Applications (SPAs) without using JavaScript frameworks like AngularJS.













This is session 610508

Speakers
avatar for David Brault

David Brault

Product Manager / CAAC Member, LANSA
David Brault is the Product Marketing Manager at LANSA, a leading vendor in IBM i application development and integration tools. Since graduating from the University of Wisconsin, David has spent his last 25 years working in the IBM i industry, amassing extensive experience integrating... Read More →


Monday May 16, 2016 9:30am - 10:45am
Magnolia | Third Floor
  • Session Content Level Beginner
  • Operating System IBMi
  • Audience: IBM i developers tired of having to mastering multiple languages, technologies, and the open-source frameworks of the month to build state-of-the-art Web applications.

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