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Using the new dynamic web objects, you can generate user interfaces based on data. Learn how to use this technique in your application to build questionnaires and dynamic dashboards.
Word, Excel and Outlook are interesting products to use within a DataFlex application. In this training, you learn how you can use Word and Outlook via COM (Component Object Model).
DataFlex 19.1 introduced a new model for managing browser history, actually supporting the proper use of the Back Button. During this training you learn how to use these new techniques and how to expand it. This advanced training will answer questions about custom state hash and when to use HistoryReplaceState.
This is an open mic session allowing developers to ask questions directly to R&D members and management of Data Access Worldwide.
The new generation of DataFlex brings you Unicode and 64-bit support. During this interactive session you will learn what has changed and what it takes to convert your application. Bring your source code with you!
During this training, you will learn techniques needed to deploy and tune your web applications. We will look at applying SPLF and perform stress tests. Also some of the new DataFlex 20 features like running your WebApps under a separate Windows user will be discussed.
DataFlex has three different methods for accessing and editing data: Data Dictionaries, Embedded SQL and via commands. For some developers, data dictionaries still have mysteries and in this training, you learn how to use them successfully, how to customize structures and in which situations you can better pass them through Embedded SQL or commands.