This series of exercises is designed to introduce new developers to the skills required to develop applications for use on both mobile web and desktop. They are an alternative to completing the Create Desktop Applications module.
The focus of these exercises is to teach you the basics of RDML programming, covering essential RDML / RDMLX commands and concepts. They do not represent all that is possible or the advantages of developing web pages and web applications using Visual LANSA.
Try the offer to create your first mobile application from the Visual LANSA Home page to see how easy it is to create a simple web application that uses Googles Material Design standards and is totally responsive.
These exercises go into the depth of creating web applications and include:
WBF015A – Getting Started with Web Programming-A
WBF015B – Getting Started with Web Programming-B
WBF025 – Insert a Database Record
WBF035 – Maintain a Simple Database Table
WBF055A – List Component Basics
WBF055B – Display List in Sorted or Loaded Order
WBF065 – Using List Components
WBF090 – Create a Department Dynamic Dropdown
WBF100 – A Tree that Controls the Details Shown
WBF110 – A Simple Tree using the List Component
WBF120 – Tree using List Loads on Demand
Before you Begin
Have you read Some Things to Note about Entering Code?
These exercises build on skills learnt in previous exercises. You should have completed the following modules before starting these exercises: