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Modernize your existing MV app with a native Android/iOS mobile solution leveraging Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) and Flutter framework

Our new Rocket MultiValue Integration Server is the vehicle to expose MultiValue data and logic as RESTful services and enable integration with modern web applications and services. Watch this short video demonstrating how to easily leverage MultiValue data using MVIS REST services and a native Android/iOS mobile solution written with the Flutter framework and the Dart programming […]

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Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS): Container Orchestration Services with Kubernetes

We’re hosting a Rocket® Software MultiValue University (MVU) virtual event in July. The topic is container orchestration services with Kubernetes and how our new Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS) can help. On July 7 and 8 (July 9 in APAC), Amey Rokde, Rocket Senior Software Engineer, will dedicate an hour to Kubernetes, an open-source platform […]

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An experienced MultiValue user and developer shares his experience and thoughts on the new Rocket MultiValue Integration Server (MVIS)

I should start off by introducing myself: my name is Mark Sapp and I’m a Senior Software Engineer at Rocket Software. My focus is on the development of the Rocket Business Connect system (aka RBC). Recently, I’ve been working on upgrading our RBC application (which runs on UniData, System Builder and Web DE). During this […]

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Developing a Mobile app using MVIS

by Andrew Gorovoy Even 5 years ago,  buying items online from a mobile browser or app was uncommon. Now, the average American spends close to three hours every day using their mobile device for activities ranging from shopping to communication to entertainment. Many daily tasks revolve around our phones, and businesses know this — annual […]

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Using MVIS, a Rocket intern quickly creates an app: MVoovies

written by Andrew Gorovoy MultiValue, Basic subroutines, Pick Systems, uuh, for a summer intern, all these terms were incredibly foreign. As a computer science student, I have some vague understanding (hopefully) of what a database, server, front/back end are supposed to do, but you could imagine my uneasy feelings when I was tasked with building […]