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Informix Tech Day on June 13th @ 13:30 in Brussells and June 15th @ 13:00 in Paris : book these events NOW!

If you are an Informix user or IBM Informix Partner, and think “why should we persist in using a DBMS that is facing a threat of extinction ?”, you definitely DO NO WANT TO MISS this Informix Tech Day! either in Hilton City Hotel in Brussels, Belgium, on Tuesday June 13th at 1:00 P.M. or in IBM […]

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Informix 4GL is modern!

  Yes, I know, this looks crazy. Who is nuts enough to publish such a statement?  Well, the debate is not as simple as it looks. IT marketing is often a steamroller which ignores details that are important for the for the potential buyer, since the only goal is to sell, no matter the final result […]

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Where are you at with your Informix 4GL application documentation?

  If you feel concerned in any way by that question, you should read this article. As a big fan of Informix 4GL language, I have been considering this matter for almost 30 years now, and I think I found the best possible answer. Do not miss this reflexion about the Application documentation question and […]

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Querix releases Lycia Web API, or how to make Informix webservices without swearing!

Querix is releasing at this moment a new part of their Lycia rapid application development suite: Lycia Web API. If you know Querix, you know that they are a great blend of technological creativity, robustness, performance and stability. Its methodology is based on single source code for cross platform and database support by keeping full […]

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Querix introduces Lycia II at the IIUG conference

Querix introduces a revolutionary 4GL development set – Lycia II – which is a large step forward in the world of 4GL development. The innovations cover almost every area of the 4GL development process. Compatibility Along with legacy Informix-4GL®, Dynamic-4GL® and Genero®, Lycia II supports a large variety of its own built-in functions and statements […]

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