Version: GeneXus 16
SDT collection: a ranking is countries is to be implemented according to the number of tourist attractions. To do this, a structure is required in memory to temporarily store a collection of items (with the info of each country and the number of attractions in it). The Sort method of an SDT collection is shown to order it. And the For item in Collection command is presented to go over the items in a collection.
The Data Provider object is presented, with its Output and Collection properties, and its similarity with a For each when it comes to indicating base transaction to navigate a table in the database, and the Where clause to filter the information.
It is especially recommended to view the video ""Final Overview"" for this course, where some of the aspects stated are questioned, and will be included in upcoming videos for organizational reasons.
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Procedures and listings
Communication between objects
Compound data types and Data Providers
Data Base update
Data Providers and their applications
Design and modeling UI / UX
Native mobile applications
Version and platform Management
Deployment and DevOps
Provide the key theoretical concepts behind GeneXus and skills to apply them in practice, in order to make the best use of the program. This course includes the knowledge offered at the Junior level, complementing it with more in-depth concepts and adding topics of greater complexity.
Those who want to achieve sufficient mastery of GeneXus so as to develop applications of medium complexity without the need for support, except for complex issues.
For those who don’t have prior programming and database knowledge, reading this material before starting the course is recommended.
Suggested methodology for this course:
- Instructor-led: Follow the instructions in the recommendations and suggestions document, which you can download from the download center together with the course materials.
- Self-study: Watch each video and try to replicate in GeneXus the demos made by the teacher (except GeneXus Demo). Then do the practical exercises corresponding to the topic discussed in the video.
Suggested course duration: 100 hours
Introduction and demo: 1 hour
Theory/Practice: 72 hours
Workshop: 12 hours
Review of fundamental concepts: 12 hours
Exam preparation: 3 hours
Students will be able to take the exam corresponding to the GeneXus Analyst certification. 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 for developing applications with GeneXus, according to the Analyst Level.
In preparation for the exam, it is suggested that candidates study the material titled Review of fundamental concepts, and work on this practice exam.
Exam duration: 120 minutes.
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