This course provides experienced application developers with hands-on, practical experience connecting their Flex client applications to remote, dynamic data using LiveCycle Data Services. How to connect with remote data using web services & LiveCycle Da
- Course Outline
Flex 4 and LiveCycle Data Services 3: Data Driven Development 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 Java-based server environment. In addition, skills will be learned how to manipulate and format the returned data.
Audience 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.
Course Outline: Lesson 1: Introducing the Course
Introducing mastery learning
Understanding the course format
Reviewing the course prerequisites
Reviewing the course outline
Lesson 2: Accessing Web Services
Using web services
Invoking web service methods and using the results
Walkthrough 1: Consuming a web service
Handling results using an event handler
Walkthrough 2: Using a result event
Walkthrough 3: Using a fault event
Calling multiple methods from the same WebService object
Walkthrough 4: Using <s:operation> compiler tags
Passing parameters to web services
Walkthrough 5: Passing values to a web service
Lesson 3: Using Remote Object Connections
Introducing LCDS / BlazeDS
Understanding the Remoting Service
Walkthrough 1: Invoking a remote method through a local RemoteObject proxy
Handling RPC events
Walkthrough 2: Handling RemoteObject result and fault events
Complex remote method calls
Walkthrough 3: Specifying method-specific handlers and passing parameters
Type conversion during data transfer between ActionScript and Java
Walkthrough 4: Sending value objects with a remote method call
Managing RemoteObject events using AsyncToken
Walkthrough 5: Handling RemoteObject events using AsyncToken
Remoting Service Runtime Configuration
Walkthrough 6: Configuring the channel for a destination at runtime
Lesson 4: Managing Data on the Client
Understanding collection classes
Filtering data on the client
Walkthrough 1: Filtering Data on the Client
Sorting data on the client
Walkthrough 2: Sorting data
Using the IViewCursor interface
Walkthrough 3: Locating Data with a Cursor
Lesson 5: Using the Message Service
Introducing the message service
Walkthrough 1: Reviewing message destination configuration
Walkthrough 2: Sending messages
Receiving and processing messages
Walkthrough 3: Receiving and processing a message
Sending and receiving complex data
Walkthrough 4: Sending and Receiving Complex Data
Implementing message filtering
Walkthrough 5: Implementing message filters
Lesson 6: Using Flash Builder Development Tools
Running the debugger
Walkthrough 1: Debugging, Logging, and Conditional Breakpoints
Introducing the profiler
Walkthrough 2: Profiling an application
Monitoring Flex RPC network traffic
Walkthrough 3: Using the Network Monitor
Lesson 7: Developing Applications Using Model Driven Development
Introducing model driven development using LCDS 3
Walkthrough 1: Configuring the environment
Creating and using the data model
Walkthrough 2: Creating a data model and displaying its data
Adding properties to the model
Walkthrough 3: Creating a derived property
Using styles in a form
Walkthrough 4: Using styles to format and validate form properties
Filtering returned data
Walkthrough 5: Filtering data
Lesson 8: Implementing Advanced Model Driven Development Techniques
Creating conditional properties with variants
Walkthrough 1: Implementing a variant.
Using resource bundles for localization
Walkthrough 2: Localizing the form
Altering the form generator template
Walkthrough 3: Change ComboBoxes to Lists in the form
Generating the server side Java
Walkthrough 4: Viewing the server-side Java
- Prerequisites & Certificates
To gain the most from this class, you should: Have attended the Flex 4: Developing Rich Internet Applications course. Have equivalent knowledge of the topics covered in Flex 4: Developing Rich Internet Applications course.
Certificate of completion
- Cancellation Policy
Our cancellation/reschedule policy requires notification at least 10 business days before the class start date for a full refund. Please note that you are responsible for notifying NTG of your inability to attend class or you will be invoiced for the full payment.
Should you need to cancel in less than 10 business days before the start of the class, you will be given a 100% credit towards a future class that must be taken within 6 months of the start of the original class. If you are not able to reschedule to a future class, you will be charged 50% of the upfront registration fee.
Classes are subject to cancellation by NTG up to two weeks prior to the class date. It is important to keep this in mind before you purchase a non-refundable airline ticket.
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