CM WebClient

January 28, 2020

Displaying blocks of information as an array of protected fields is easy and fast, but, it is not always the most effective way to impart information to your users. The Solution: Use Custom HTML Fields. With custom html fields, you can remove unnecessary information, more easily highlight important information for your users, and achieve a

July 31, 2018

Create Rich Tooltips and Popups to Guide Your Users With your application, its important to give your user all the information they need. But, it is also important not to overwhelm them with too much information and clutter. In many Plex applications, this is accomplished with a basic screen that shows only “need to know”

September 18, 2017

Conference offers intensive skills training and best practices for organizations tackling CA 2E IBM i application modernization projects AUSTIN, Texas – September 19, 2017 – CM First Group is gearing up for the CA 2E/CA Plex Worldwide Developer Conference, September 25-28, 2017, to be held at the Shelborne South Beach Hotel in Miami, Florida. During

July 27, 2017

Why attend the 9th CA 2E and CA Plex Worldwide Developer Conference? In depth training will be available for CA 2E and CA Plex, followed by customer-led sessions on the products.  Don’t miss the sessions on “Developing Modern Web Applications using CA WebClient,” “The Evolution of Application Development – Axon Ivy,” “MatchPoint & DevOps,” and

January 12, 2016

Some may remember a time when application design meant putting characters on a dumb terminal screen in a somewhat organized fashion, but with only a little regard to the viewing experience. As soon as the Internet provided a gateway for customers to connect with your business, site design became a competitive factor. Add to the

April 3, 2012

Introduction Developers that have started using CM WebClient 1.8 Mobile’s touch optimized templates usually find that creating a mobile web app deployment is straightforward. But while deployment as a web app is acceptable for some, other developers creating commercial and specialized applications often benefit from native deployment. For example, you may need to use the