Looking for Dexterity training? Come to Dallas!
We’re running this class if only a single person signs up, no cancellations here in Dallas .
I will be teaching the Dexterity Basics class in Dallas, Texas from June 17th to June 21st, providing the basic foundations any Dexterity programmer must have.
This is an opportunity for all of you VSTools programmers to learn how to build your user interface in Dexterity instead of WinForms so that your application will run with the new GP 2013 Web Client. Your existing code will hook right up to the Dexterity events, you may even like the Dexterity forms designer better than VS Tools!
Dexterity is easy to learn and easy to maintain.
For you VBA enhancers, you will learn how to write Dexterity code to deliver your solution instead of VBA. While VBA works marvelously with the rich client, it will not work for the new GP 2013 Web Client. Come to Dallas and learn how easy Dexterity really is.
Even you Technical Consultants, taking the basic Dex class with provide you with the tools you need to understand what all of those error messages really mean. You can become better consultants by learning just how this engine works! (and it’s easy).
For more information, send an email to email@example.com or call 469-828-3274.
Hope to see you in Dallas!
The basics class covers the following topics:
Dexterity I – Product Fundamentals
Dexterity Product Fundamentals will teach you about the development environment used to build the Microsoft Dynamics GP family of products. This course will provide you with the foundation you need to build integrated, database-independent applications. In addition, you will learn how to provide powerful application functionality for Microsoft Dynamics GP.
By actively participating in these classes, you should learn:
Basic programming techniques used by Microsoft Dynamics GP to develop their core modules.
- How to modify existing Dynamics GP forms and reports in order to make customizations for customers.
- How to develop add-on applications that will interact with the Dynamics GP products to meet specific requests by customers.
- How to package and ship your dictionary allowing Microsoft Dynamics GP to make updates to Dynamics GP without affecting the developer’s dictionary.
- How to register your product with Microsoft Dynamics GP using a unique Product ID to ensure no duplication of add-on applications with the same name.
- How to develop add-on applications that will “look and feel” like Dynamics GP and provide seamless interface between the applications to ensure a professional finished product.
- How to use object triggers, which are scripts in your applications that are invoked by events in Dynamics GP, allowing several developers to deliver enhancements to the same Dynamics GP form.