Training in Flex 3.0: Developing Rich Client Applications - Level 1

Tekno Point Multimedia
In Bangalore, Mumbai and Thane

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No. 668/ B, Opp. to Koramangala club, 6th block Koramangala, 560034., Karnataka, India
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Office No. 1 A, Sukhmani Bldg., 1st Floor, Opp. Nadco, Above Archies Gallery, Andheri (W),, 410058, Maharashtra, India
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301, Thakur Niwas, Above Tip Top Sweets, Opp. Thane Station (W), Maharashtra, India
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· Requirements

This course is designed for application developers who want to bring the power of Rich Internet Applications to their web applications. To gain the most from this class, you should: · Be familiar with an object oriented programming language such as java or C++. · Be familiar with XML terminology.

Course programme

Flex 3: Developing Rich Internet Client Application provides experienced application developers with hands-on, practical experience using Flex. This three day course introduces developers to all the primary features of Flex they'll need to know in orbuild a fully functional, well architected front end for a Rich Internet Application (RIA).

Course Outline (Level 1):
Unit 1: Introducing Flex 3: Developing Rich Client Applications
Unit 2: Introducing Adobe Flex 3
Unit 3: Getting started with Flex
Unit 4: Learning Flex Fundamentals
Unit 5: Handling Events
Unit 6: Laying out an Application Using Constraint Based Layout
Unit 7: Using view States for Application Design
Unit 8: Creating Application Navigation
Unit 9: Customizing the Application
Unit 10: Using ActionScript Data Models
Unit 11: Exchanging Data Between Components using Custom Events
Unit 12: Creating Data Entry Forms
Unit 13: Retrieving XML Data with HTTPServices
Unit 14: Displaying Data using the DataGrid

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