LANSA Visual Framework provides a powerful application framework for rapidly prototyping and developing both Windows and web applications. This course introduces the fundamental skill needed to develop Windows application with graphical form-based development using a Visual Framework (also referred to as VLF.) The course will expand upon the basic form programming skills learned in the Fundamentals course.
Topics discussed and practiced include: Working with the Visual LANSA Framework to create filters and command handlers, using List Type and Explorer Components, Field Visualizations, and Writing Reusable Parts.
This course progressively builds the attendee's knowledge of the various features of Visual LANSA. It is workshop-based, with emphasis on hands-on training.
|Prerequisites:||LANSA Fundamentals Workshop
Students must have basic RDML and Visual LANSA development skills. Familiarity with Properties, Events and Methods is important to understanding Windows development.
|Aim:||This course will provide the knowledge and information necessary to develop graphical (Windows-based) applications within the Visual LANSA Framework.|
Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:
This course is available upon request.
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Standard Class Hours:
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
|On-site – for 4 or less students:||$1,600.00 per day (excluding instructors travel expense)|
|On-site – for 5 to 8 students:||$2,250.00 per day (excluding instructors travel expense)|
|Private:||$2,500.00 per day (at LANSA's facility)|
- Education is billed on a full-day basis, even though a student may choose to attend only part of a day.
- An extra $1,200 per day for an additional workshop instructor is required should an on-site class exceed 8 students.
- All consulting and training rates do not include any expenses that may be incurred during the consulting assignment.
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