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Rapid Application Development with Helix RADE

 

 

 

The new wave of application development tools are extremely visual. These classes demonstrate ue uses and benefits of object-based, visual programming and what makes Helix such a powerful tool.

Basic course objective:

At the completion of this course, you will understand how to create and support a relational database with Helix RADE. You will learn how to modify your Helix database by adding fields and calculations to the database and new entry forms and reports.

This class covers what is needed to create a Macintosh application and add commands to the menubar. We also discuss what is meant by client-server, its inherent security issues, and how to make an application appealing to users.

Advanced capabilities of Helix are also covered. These topics include document management, sequences, posting, and conditional sequences.

The course format is a mixture of lecture, discussion, and step-by-step exercises, and it is appropriate for all but the most advanced Helix applicatino developers.

Advanced course objective:

This class presents a rich set of techniques for building Helix databases. See and learn practical, real-life examples of how to take the features learned in the basic class and apply them in applications. The course format is a mixture of lecture, discussion, and step-by-step exercises, and is appropriate for all but the most advanced Helix application developers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Logistics:
Classroom style seating with extension cords for laptops to use.

 

 

 

 

 

Chuck Hinkle has been building databases and database apps since 1977. He has been a Helix developer since 1986 and has led Helix training since 1993. He is the creator of the popular DVD training on Helix, available at the QSA ToolWorks online store.