(Original creator: berryk)
With the development of faster and even better Uniface software there was clearly a need for better and more flexible and efficient Uniface education and training. With the release of Uniface 9.7 the training materials were revisited, redesigned and partly redeveloped. The input from many Uniface consultants during and after the train-the-trainer session, conducted in October last year, seemed invaluable. The training materials have been developed in a more modular way to even more meet the needs of our customers and enable a more flexible delivery. Three tracks have been defined. The courses can be delivered as classroom training or over Web, using the CloudShare® platform. This blog briefly describes the available tracks and modules for these trainings. After having successfully completed the two days Uniface Essentials, there are three options. Each option takes three days to be completed.
- The Uniface Essentials training focusses on the model-driven and component-based development and will equip students, new with Uniface, with the necessary basic skills to develop software applications with Uniface. Students will be prepared for the next module. The Uniface Essentials module is a prerequisite for the Uniface Mobile, Uniface Web, and Uniface Client Server training.
- With Uniface Mobile students will learn to develop responsive applications that can be deployed on mobile devices and tablet computers. Attention will be paid to some supportive frameworks for building responsive applications.
- In the Uniface Web development class students are taught how to develop Uniface applications by building Dynamic Server Pages for the Web. All aspects of stateless software development are covered in this course. Some attention will be given to HTML5, and CSS3.
- Uniface Windows Client means building application for the Windows platform.
For each module students are encouraged to make a number of exercises to become more acquainted with the specific topics covered in the training modules. There will be enough time to ask questions, for discussion, and the exchange of ideas and information to optimize the learning process. Besides these trainings, where students will learn the basic skills, more advanced topics and techniques can be covered in custom made trainings. These customized training are delivered on customer demands only, and can be geared toward specific customer situations. For questions, comments or remarks about Uniface training please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, or download this fact sheet with more information.
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