IDE walkthrough

Our advice

Uniface’s IDE has undergone major changes. Even seasoned Uniface professionals must find their way around. We help them on their way with a tour that covers all the highlights.

A lot has changed in the IDE of Uniface 10. All for the better, absolutely. Besides to the look and feel, some of Uniface’s basic concepts have been revised. Things are more consistent than ever before. Yet they are changes that will take even the most experienced Uniface professionals a long time to grasp. Instead of finding your way around on your own, we can help. 

The changes to the IDE are great, but their impact should not be underestimated. If an experienced Uniface professionals continues to work on the ingrained way of working in the Uniface 10 IDE, they will not only miss out on benefits, but even risk using the product incorrectly. Ultimately, that will impose additional costs on your organization.

Especially for these experienced Uniface developers, we have developed a tour of the IDE. In an interactive online session, we highlight the biggest changes and explain the changed concepts. We know from experience that if the underlying idea is clear, the product can be used better. 

 

Basic package

The content of the tour consists of:

  • Uniface’s thoughts behind the structure of the IDE;
  • the difference between the various object types;
  • usage of the project object type;
  • modified principles of inheritance;
  • modeled and templated objects;
  • what is the CMI;
  • customizing the IDE with own templates and user defined objects.

This content has been compiled from the experiences of previous sessions that have been conducted.

The price for the basic package is €460 (excluding VAT).

Extensive package

If desired, the program can be expanded at a small additional cost. Previous sessions with customers have included the following topics:

  • Implementing version management with GIT;
  • migration and conversion advice;
  • impact and possibilities of standarized deployment;
  • questions that didn’t cross our minds, yet…
 
If you want to extend the tour, just let us know.
By the way, it is always possible to tailor the content to the needs of the listeners. During the session it self questions can be answered.
 
The result

After completing the tour, developers will have a better understanding of the backgrounds of the Uniface 10 IDE and will be able to use the product to its full potential and even customize it to their own needs.

Please note that this tour is created for Uniface developers with experience in previous versions. It is not a Uniface course. 

Final details

This tour is of course entirely online, live and interactive. In a Zoom session of approximately 4 hours. Consisting of presentation, tour and demo of the IDE. Questions will be answered during the session.

The costs for the walkthrough is €960 (excluding VAT) for the basic package. The price is regardless the number of participants.

How to book?

Our approach is based on sessions like this we have done the last two years.

To make the process clear, we have defined a few steps. 

Please start by filling in the form below.  Completion is completely non-binding. No obligation whatsoever.

Maybe you have questions about the walkthrough, please use the form.

We will get back to you as soon as we can!

Do you want to modify the contents of the program? Is there is something specific you want to focus on?

Just let us know in the form below.

By mutual agreement we will agree on a date when the session will take place.

This is also the moment to commit to the financial part, we will charge 50% in advance.

Even though we are in Europe, we adapt to any time zone.

The session it self. Contents we already agreed on in advance.

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