This five-day bootcamp is a combination ABL Essentials & Graphical User Interface Application Development
Developers who are new to Progress OpenEdge need to learn the ABL and basic data management concepts.
Knowledge of the OpenEdge ABL is required for developers writing applications using any of the user interfaces: GUI, Character, WebSpeed, WebClient, etc.
This is a foundation course that serves as a prerequisite to several other courses in the curriculum for students who plan to develop or maintain applications using the Progress ABL and the Editor perspective of Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge.
This course is designed for beginning Progress ABL GUI developers, including character developers who know how to write structured ABL business logic procedures. You will learn how to apply Progress recommended best practices to build thin-client graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for host based, client/server, and the latest n-tier distributed applications using the AppBuilder perspective of Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge, and Progress native objects and widgets.
Work with the Editor main perspective of Progress Developer Studio for OpenEdge R.11, and other Application Integrated Development Environment tools like the DB Navigator perspective, Tool for Business Logic and Scratchpad View.
13 May - 17 May | Paris
3 June - 7 June | Cologne
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Students should have a basic understanding of programming concepts and relational database concepts.
Training courses are available for all of our different products, from OpenEdge to Sitefinity, and also span a wide variety of different job titles and skill levels. Help your team stay up to date with technology trends and get the most out of your Progress technology investment.
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