Mobile applications with GeneXus 15 course

Architecture of online mobile applications

Analysis of the architecture of mobile applications that require an Internet connection to work. The architecture of applications that work fully or partially offline is studied in another video. The two options available for prototyping are described: running the interpreted application through the Knowledge Base Navigator, or installing and running the compiled application. Function of metadata. Description of ways to obtain the compiled file, which can be seen in practice in the video "Demo: two ways to obtain and run the compiled mobile application.

Note: In GeneXus 15 Upgrade 5, the "Dashboard" object has been renamed to "Menu for Smart Devices.

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Students will learn how to develop mobile applications for Android and iOS using GeneXus, including applications that require Internet access as well as apps that can work offline. 
Instructions will be provided to follow each platform's guidelines -the conceptual model underlying these applications-, as well as their architecture and UI (User Interface) design. Other topics included are: achieving a good UX (User Experience), programming behavior, prototyping applications and adding security features. 
During the course, a simplified sample app is developed for Android in order to make prototyping easier when there isn't a Mac computer available. Since the concepts applied to iOS are similar, the special characteristics of each platform are mentioned when applicable.


To be duly trained for developing smart device applications with GeneXus. 
Who can take the course: 
Those who have already developed web applications with GeneXus. 
Modes: You may choose between the in-person course (in which case we suggest you check the schedule before contacting our academic partners in your country) and the self-study course. 
  •  Classroom duration: 24 hours (tehory + practice)
  •  Self-study duration: videos duration + 16 hours practice
Students will be able to take the exam corresponding to the GeneXus Developer for Smart Devices. This exam is taken on a computer and includes multiple choice and true/false questions about the topics learned throughout the course, to confirm that the student has effectively learned the essential concepts required.


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