Visual LANSA is the only Integrated Development Environment (IDE) you will ever need for rapid application development of Windows, Web and System i (iSeries and AS/400) applications.
No other mainstream rapid application development tool is so open and flexible, enabling you to write code that runs free of the underlying operating system, database technology or display style. With technology fads passing at an alarming rate, and a looming technical skills crisis in most major economies, it makes good business sense to invest in the one agile development tool that is truly future-proof – Visual LANSA.
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Key features of Visual LANSA include:
- A repository for business rules that reduces the lines of code
- Highly productive cross-platform agile development language linked to the repository
- A Prototyping Wizard, UI Framework and Visual Data Modeler
- Multilingual support including languages with DBCS
- Support for procedural and object-oriented programming styles
- A built-in library of over one hundred business-oriented templates
- Support for modern application design patterns like MVC and SOA
- A component-based architecture for sharing code between projects
- Team-based development with full task tracking and version control
- Self-documenting with impact analysis for easy maintenance
Focus on your business needs, not technology
The range of skills that today’s software developer must have can be onerous and expensive for their employer to maintain.
Visual LANSA enables developers to transcend the technology stack and stay focused on the business requirements. It’s common that technology-oriented developers love to play with newfangled stuff – often at their employer’s expense – and usually in pursuit of enhancing their own agendas. By contrast, Visual LANSA appeals to those developers – and their managers - who prefer to avoid the technology quagmire so they can deliver the greatest business impact in the shortest possible time.