I am very pleased to announce that Rational Application Developer 22.214.171.124 has been released. This release is the final scheduled fixpack for the 9.0 release stream and delivers closure to open APARs and necessary software support updates:
Development Manager, Rational Application Developer
We now have a video playlist in the Products and Platforms by HCL Technologies YouTube channel. This playlist will contain videos with feature overviews, as well as instructional videos for procedures in Application Developer. To kick off the playlist we are starting a video series titled Creating an End-to-End Web App. The playlist will be updated as more videos for the series are released.
I am very pleased to announce that Rational Application Developer 126.96.36.199 has been released. This release is important to maintain traction with our customers as we focus on resolving customer APARs and delivering updated software support:
As a relatively new software developer, and even newer web developer (my background is in Java programming), I was looking for something easy to use and with lots of documentation and support for my first web application. My first thought was Node.js. I’d heard so many good things about it – powerful, freedom in building apps, and easy to learn. But, I wasn’t sure where to start… I understood the concept of modules and installing them, but how do I use them and put it all together to create a complete web app?
We know developers want the best of everything when it comes to their development tooling environment. We also know that developers want to ensure that their tools integrate with the other tools in their toolbox that they regularly use. Here at HCL, our Products & Platform division is driven to deliver on those expectations. We have a young development team that is currently growing, see careers at HCL, to meet the needs of our customers – YOU – the application developer! The focus of this Rational Application Developer for WebSphere (RAD) 9.6.1 mod release was all about currency; currency of your operating systems, your databases and of course currency of your middleware.