The Visual LANSA Framework (VLF) is a rapid application design and implementation extension for Visual LANSA.
Consider using it to design and implement your first LANSA applications.
The Framework uses a single application model that can be deployed to Windows (VLF-WIN) and/or Web (VLF-ONE):
VLF helps you with these application lifecycle steps:
Prototype applications rapidly without writing any code, and use the executable prototype to communicate your intentions to your end-users.
Use Microsoft or Google Material Design style user interfaces that are immediately familiar to your end-users, and that seamlessly work on small, medium and large screen devices.
Use RAMP tools within the Framework to modernize existing IBM i 5250 applications without any change to them.
|Implementation and Deployment||
Short coding and learning curves. As parts of your prototype are approved, replace them with real programs that you have coded or automatically generated.
|Maintenance and Enhancement||
The highly structured VLF design model makes maintaining and enhancing the application an efficient and disciplined process.
When to use the VLF?
When not to use the VLF?