Our IBM i customers are interested in practical solutions and recognize that RPG’s tight integration into the IBM i operating system and databases still provides the best tool for getting the job done. In addition, many third-party web development tools that are RPG-centric have validated RPG’s role as a viable component of web-based application development. As we have proven, new technology can successfully coexist with RPG and IBM i.
As many IBM i developers and programmers already know, RPG IV is the preferred choice for development on the IBM i (formerly AS/400) platform and is the fourth generation of the RPG language. IBM has continued to dramatically enhance the RPG IV programming language over the last few years. Our IBM Certified RPG developers continue to increase their knowledge of the enhancements of both RPG III and RPG IV. Based on IBM’s Developers Roadmap, RPG IV is a stepping stone and needs to coexist in developing applications in Java and WebSphere.
RPG can also be used effectively when upgrading old or building new applications in ILE, a technique for the modular development of applications whose main benefit is the ability to efficiently reuse code.
Check out some of our recent RPG Blogs
- Are You an AS/400 Developer Looking for a Job?Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org (Bill Onion) on April 6, 2015 at 5:04 pm
I was recently interviewing a candidate in my office whose situation is a common one: he is an RPG developer and his company is migrating to a new […]
- Did You Inherit an AS/400?Posted by email@example.com (Bill Onion) on February 27, 2015 at 6:27 pm
Congratulations! You have been promoted to a new role within your organization, and along with the title you have new responsibilities and a new […]
- Are You Ready for the End of V6R1?Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org (Hannah Gierosky) on October 17, 2014 at 1:51 pm
IBM Power i, formerly known as iSeries and AS/400, is known throughout the industry for its stability and reliability. “It just runs,” is […]
- RAD: IBM’s WebSphere Development Studio Client ToolPosted by email@example.com (Mike Iaconis) on April 3, 2012 at 3:00 pm
As a Senior Developer, I spend an incredible amount of time designing, testing and profiling applications for Briteskies’ customers, more […]
- Commuting and Computing (Part 1) - RPG/iSeriesPosted by firstname.lastname@example.org (Kevin McCarthy, Sr.) on August 5, 2011 at 3:00 pm
There was a period in the 1990s when automobile designers became infatuated with cup holders. They had it all, flip up, flip down, rubber gaskets - […]