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Both experienced and new developers can use either IBM® Rational® Asset Analyzer or the Rational Asset Analyzer for System z® edition to gain insight into an application's structure and interactions with business data. This analysis helps prevent mistakes when you make changes or functional enhancements and leads to more focused testing. Whether you use the web, Eclipse, or RESTful interfaces, you also get the essentials for business rule mining of existing software assets.

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This guide for enterprise teams working on mobile applications explains the IBM approach to mobile application development, which exploits existing information and transaction systems for maximum speed to market and reuse of services  More >

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