Version: GeneXus 16
We will implement a web panel with a grid with attributes and variables, and see the system’s Start, Refresh and Load events, as well as user events, particularly the Click associated with an attribute or variable in the grid. We will call the Attraction transaction modified by the pattern, in Update mode. We will see the system’s &Mode variable in transactions, and the values it takes. We will see that the attributes correspond to the output and the variables to the input. We will see how to make a variable Readonly.
Continue with the video “Interactive screens: Web Panel object (cont)”
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Procedures and listings
Communication between objects
Compound data types and Data Providers
Data Base update
Design and modeling UI / UX
Native mobile applications
Version and platform Management
Deployment and DevOps
Provide the minimum knowledge required to understand GeneXus and start developing simple applications.
Those who want to start developing applications with GeneXus as quickly as possible.
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: 50 hours
Introduction and demo: 1 hour
Theory/Practice: 40 hours
Review of fundamental concepts: 7 hours
Exam preparation: 2 hours
In preparation for the exam, it is suggested that candidates study the material titled Review of fundamental concepts. Also, they can work on this practice exam.
Exam duration: 90 minutes.
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