Topics: New Features, Profound UI
Versions 5.0.0 and 5.1.0
Topics: New Features, Profound.js
With the release of Profound.js 5.0, we have changed the licensing strategy. In version 4.15.2 and earlier, you paid a license for connecting to your server running IBM i. However, we found that what our customers wanted most was the addition of Low-Code, REST APIs, and enhancements to the Rich Display framework. Therefore, we feel it is more straightforward to license for those components directly. This will help us provide the functionality our customers need as we move forward together.
Topics: New Features
Version 6 Fix Pack 8.0 – 9/1/2020
Topics: New Features, Prime UI
Topics: Events & Education, New Features, Product Announcement, Application modernization
Read part one of this series here.
Topics: RPG Development, New Features
Earlier this year, we announced the arrival of All-in-One Display Files. This new feature in our Profound UI Suite simplifies the management of applications that can be presented in both green-screen interfaces and Rich user interfaces. We added this functionality because many of our customers have end users who work on both 5250 green screen and Web versions of their applications. In some cases, we have offered tools for another ISV to modernize their software, but a portion of their customers still uses the 5250 green screen version. In this case, maintaining both versions can be a real pain and change management becomes complicated. Our All-in-One Display Files feature changes that!
Topics: Tips and Tricks, New Features, Product Announcement
After countless hours of writing copy, fixing broken links, and ensuring quality content for businesses looking for IBM i modernization solutions, it's finally finished! Like an excited child that's eager to show you his/her prized toy, we'd love to show you our top 5 favorite features of the brand new Profound Logic Website!
Topics: New Features
One of the most exciting features of Profound UI 5.0 is the Universal Display File Editor and Handler. Universal Display Files are a dead simple way to produce web output from an RPG program.
Topics: Tips and Tricks, New Features