GeneXus 15 course - Analyst Level
You will easily learn, through different examples, the core of GeneXus in order to start developing your own applications.
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We recommend that you work on the practice exercises provided in the Materials section, as you watch the videos of each group of topics. In this section, you will find information about the software requirements to start working.
Below each video, you will find the corresponding scripts (transcripts with images).
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45 Videos (07h 26min) + 21 written materials
Leveling course (Optional)
What is GeneXus?
Knowledge Base creation
First transaction design
Running the application for the first time
Working with attributes and domains
Defining more transactions
Application grows up
Nomenclature rules for attributes
More rules for defining behaviors
Identifying available attributes. Base and Extended table.
What are Subtypes?
More use cases of subtypes
What are formulas?
Moments for rule triggering in transactions
More on order of execution for rules in transactions
Relations between actors from reality
1 to 1 relations between actors from reality
Procedures and listings
Introduction to For Each command to access the database
More on the For each command
How to list related information
How to list grouped information
More on nested For eachs. Cases and navigation
Unique clause for the For each
Communication between objects
Communication between objects
Communication between objects. When the invoked object returns a value.
Compound data types and Data Providers
Compound data types
Loading Compound Data Types (SDT) using Data Providers
Variables to store data collections in memory
Two ways of returning a collection using a Data Provider
Data Base update
How to update data using transaction logic without screen
DB update using two-level business components
Data Population using Business Components and Data Providers
Data population using the transaction itself
Updating with procedure-specific commands. Introduction
Database update using procedures.
Syntax of the For each command
Data Providers and their applications
Data providers. Clues on their language and conclusions.
Interactive screens: Web Panel object
Interactive screens: Web Panel object (cont)
Interactive screens: variables in grid and actions in the Work With pattern
Interactive screens: more on the Web Panel object
Interactive screens: groups of actions and navigation bar (menu)
Introduction to the Theme object
Responsive web design (RWD)
Designing dynamic queries (tables, dynamic tables and graphs)
Native mobile applications
Introduction to mobile applications with GeneXus
Version and platform Management
Introduction to versioning
Introduction to Environments
Introduction to GeneXus Server
More on GeneXus Server
Introduction to web services
More about web services
Introduction to BPM Suite
Defining business processes (BPM)
Introduction to GXtest
Testing applications with GXtest
Introduction to GAM
Certification / Exam