Feature PowerBuilder 12.6

What’s new? (*.pdf)
Release Bulletin (*.pdf)
Installation Guide (*.pdf)

A developer favorite for nearly two decades, PowerBuilder, an application design software, is the declarative application development environment for building, maintaining and modernizing business-critical Windows applications.

PowerBuilder’s patented, unparalleled DataWindow technology is the key to quickly building data rich applications with minimal coding. Its declarative programming environment and high level of abstraction simplifies the complexities of development, allowing developers to focus on solving business problems instead of trying to keep up with the myriad of new technologies, programming languages, and techniques. With PowerBuilder, all you need is your current skill-set to do a variety of application development

PowerBuilder is simply the easiest way for developers to create the most updated, visually appealing business applications on the latest Windows platforms – on time and under budget.

function benefit
Speeds development PowerBuilder’s DataWindow technology abstracts the complexity of data access, data manipulation, sorting, filtering, data presentation, and enables developers to declaratively apply custom business logic with about five lines of script, significantly accelerating development speed.
.NET Common Type System (CTS) language supports complete .NET solution PowerBuilder is a true .NET language, enabling developers to easily produce and consume Web Services and.NET assemblies that can be shared with partners, customers, and throughout the enterprise.
Multiple deployment options Create desktop, Web, Rich Internet Applications (RIA) or Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF) applications
Open database support Native drivers specifically built for Sybase, IBM, Microsoft and Oracle are included with the product. JDBC, ODBC, and ADO.NET are also supported making it simple and easy to support any data source in your enterprise.

Feature Matrix: Comparing PowerBuilder Version 11.5 and Version 12.

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