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This reference application highlights PowerBuilder 12.0's abilities as both a development environment and a runtime platform for rich and thin clients. The PowerBuilder clients are delivered in four versions; Classic Win32, .NET Win Form, .NET Web Form and .NET WPF WCF. These client applications illustrate how you can leverage PowerBuilder's enterprise .NET APIs, DataWindow Technology, and the PowerScript coding language in a developer-friendly and productive IDE to rapidly build Microsoft-compatible client applications.
Solution Samples, Sybase


While at one point their may have been doubts regarding the continued success of PowerBuilder, the release of version 11 showed that PB is here to stay. PowerBuilder 12 was released a few days ago and it has a bright future ahead. Help us to keep monitoring the behaviour of PowerBuilder developers in the coming year.

Take the Novalys PowerBuilder survey 2010 and find out what are the most awaited developments of PB? What proportion of PB teams adopted .NET technology in 2009? Who's still using PB5? Who has moved to PB11? Where do you fit in?


PowerBuilder 12 has been released. The new version represents a huge leap forward as far as support for .Net development, particularly reflected by the introduction of a new .Net IDE based on the Visual Studio Isolated Shell. That doesn't mean that people who aren't doing .Net development with PowerBuilder (the people doing "classic" development) have been left out. There are also a number of enhancements in the "Classic" 32 bit IDE as well.
PBDJ article, by Bruce Armstrong


PowerBuilderTV is off an running. We have exciting events coming up in June, so read on and sign up :

The Visual Impact of WPF with John Strano
With the advent of PowerBuilder 12 .NET, PowerBuilder developers will be developing rich user interfaces that are as visually powerful as any WPF applications off the street. See how using vector-based graphics and animation, Control Templates and Skins will be a familiar, productive "PowerBuilder experience". Join us on June 2nd

Using PowerBuilder Assemblies with .NET with Arthur Hefti
Legacy" PowerBuilder code? Does PowerBuilder have a superior functionality that you would like to use? Learn how to access all this in your .NET application. Join us on June 15th

Our latest webinars have been recently uploaded. Watch or re-watch them here on PowerBuilderTV.com
How to let end users customize their applications
New features in Appeon 6.2


When the beta for PB.NET (PowerBuilder 12) started I was pretty excited to get my hands on it. This version comes with a whole new IDE and with it many new features. As a result, we now get to take advantage of things like better intellisense, script navigation functions, and a WPF editor for better UI design and development. Most important was the promise of being able to use the .NET Framework to its nearly full potential.
PBDJ article, by Brad Wery


Code Analysis

Explore & Understand complex code Evaluate the impact of a change. Improve PB and Database Code.


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AscentialTest Automated Software Testing

Automated Testing

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