Training in Flex 3.0 & Livecycle Data Services : Integrating with Data and Messaging - Level 2

Tekno Point Multimedia
In Bangalore, Mumbai and Thane

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Bangalore
No. 668/ B, Opp. to Koramangala club, 6th block Koramangala, 560034., Karnataka, India
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Mumbai
Office No. 1 A, Sukhmani Bldg., 1st Floor, Opp. Nadco, Above Archies Gallery, Andheri (W),, 410058, Maharashtra, India
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Thane
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 connect their Flex client applications to dynamic data using Java-based server environments and web services. To gain the most from this class, you should: · Have attended the Flex 3: Developing Rich Client Applications course. · Have equivalent knowledge of the topics covered in F3RCA.

Course programme

Flex 3 and LiveCycle Data Services: Integrating with Data and Messaging provides experienced application developers with hands-on, practical experience connecting their Flex client applications to remote, dynamic data using LiveCycle Data Services. This two day course instructs developers how to connect with remote data using web services and LiveCycle Data Services' features allowing communication with a Javabased server environment. In addition, skills will be learned how to manipulate and format the returned data.

Course Outline (Level 2):
Unit 1: Introducing Flex 3 and LiveCycle Data Services: Integrating with Data and Messaging
Unit 2: Accessing Web Services
Unit 3: Introduction to LiveCycle Data Services ES
Unit 4: Using Java Classes with the Remoting Service
Unit 5: Managing Data on the Client
Unit 6: Using the Message Service
Unit 7: Using the Data Management Service
Unit 8: Providing XML to Controls with E4X
Unit 9: Uploading Files to a Server

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