For the second year in a row, Rocket UniVerse has been named a DBTA Trend Setting Product. According to DBTA, “MultiValue technologies are evolving with new features as they continue to maintain strong positions at the enterprise level.” We’re proud to receive this recognition and couldn’t agree more. UniVerse has always been efficient and inexpensive […]
UniVerse and UniData now have the ability to work with JSON or XML as an object, simplifying when you need to either create or consume those formats. As of UniVerse 11.1 and UniData 7.3, U2 Dynamic Objects (UDO for short) help you easily work with these formats. Weather Service To help us build our example, […]
Did you know that Rocket Software has lots of sample code and demos on GitHub? The main repository for Rocket MV can be found at https://www.github.com/RocketSoftware/multivalue-lab. You’ll find resources organized into U2 and D3 main directories, and underneath that should be a self explanatory structure of demos organized by technology. What is GitHub? “GitHub is […]
Overview “Asynchronous programming involves executing operations in the background so the main thread can continue its own operations. This way the main thread can keep the user interface responsive while the background thread is processing the task at hand. .NET framework 4.5 introduced the [C# (async/await)] and [VB.NET (Async\Await)] keywords to simplify asynchronous programming (Joshi, […]
In this topic we will describe how to consume WCF oData Service in a Windows Phone 8 App.
What do you get when you combine a NoSQL database with automatic data encryption, a fine-grained audit logging engine, account-based licensing and the ability to run SQL statements against a non-relational data store?
I’m excited to announce that Rocket is doing its first ever public beta for UniVerse v11.2. As our first public beta, this will be a learning experience for us. We will use this experience to shape how we conduct subsequent public betas.
Rocketeer Rajan Kumar gives a Stack Overflow user a great answer. Check it out!
I wanted to take this opportunity to let you all know about an experiment we are running. You can now find demos and sample code for Rocket Software’s U2 products on GitHub!