U2logic has been moving forward ever since the Web came to being. From our early attempts at CGI code, to using RedBack IDE, and now to our current AJAX open source approach, U2logic has always been on the fore front of web-based technology. This technology is created for Universe® and Unidata® Rocket Software's U2 databases.

U2logic has been gearing up two main goals:

The first goal is to bring to the IBM U2 databases many of the same tools the rest of the programming world enjoys. U2logic has based its entire tools set on Eclipse. The many products U2logic has developed fill those ancient holes that were part of U2logic beginnings in the early 1980's. U2logic's family of tools is called XLr8.

The second is to create applications that allow users to experience the U2 databases without realizing what database they are using. Beauty is in eye of beholder, that is why our applications are very easy on the eyes. All of our applications, whether data entry or reporting are seamlessly tied to open technologies such as Apache Tomcat, Firefox, Job Scheduling, and AJAX without the user ever knowing it.


U2Logic release 4.5.20 of XLr8 Tools

access_timeWednesday, April 27, 2016

XLr8Editor for D3

access_timeWednesday, August 19, 2015

XLr8Editor release for QM database 4.3.15

access_timeMonday, February 16, 2015

U2Logic Announces update to Xlr8 Tools

access_timeMonday, November 3, 2014