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Appeon announced on July 5, 2016 that it entered into an agreement with SAP to develop a new generation of the PowerBuilder development platform. Below are some answers to some common questions about the new generation of PowerBuilder.  The official press release is available to view here.

You will be using the familiar and time-tested native PowerBuilder IDE, regardless you are developing traditional desktop apps, server-side .NET projects, or mobile apps.

The Visual Studio PowerBuilder IDE (PB.NET) has been discontinued and is being replaced with a totally revamped approach to .NET using C# programming, open standards, and the native PowerBuilder IDE.