Mendix Development course for beginners
Mendix Development course for beginners :
– Mendix is the fastest and easiest platform to build and continuously improve Mobile and Web apps that enable innovation at web scale. It is the only application platform that provides a comprehensive, integrated set of tools for the entire app lifecycle, from ideation and development through deployment and operation.
Learn and Master Building Applications in this Comprehensive Course:
Understand the concepts behind low code application Techniques .
Learn how to create domain model entities and associations
Work with pages and tools box basic and beyond
Learn easy, yet powerful, techniques to create the connection among data grids , views to the entities
Apply Xpath constraints to the data source
understand the micro flows and how to create actions
Learning the fundamentals and beyond of building applications in short time using Mendix is a very powerful Platform at your fingertips.
You will go through creating useful and practical applications and learn how to use simple and complex techniques. This is not the type of ‘Tips and Tricks’ here and there course. This Course is a serious learning experience where you get to actually create application and genuinely learn how to use Mendix and become a top Mendix developer .
Here some of the techniques you will Learn:
How to start working on Mendix
Create your First Application
How to Design and create entities and making associations
Tool Box (Data Widgets , common and containers widgets ,input widgets)
filtering data and using xpath constraints
creating new micro flows along with using actions as (objects, lists , variables , loop and debugger break points)
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
No Prior Knowledge of Mendix Required
A working copy of Mendix desktop modeler 7.22.0
Who this course is for:
Beginners in Mendix who want to start Learning building application with low code technique
Desktop application Developers
Mobile App Developers .
What is needed to take Mendix Course :
Understanding the logic of programming
Basic Knowledge in java
The system requirements for the various parts of the Mendix Platform.
2 Desktop Modeler
The Mendix Desktop Modeler supports Windows 7, 8, and 10. It supports both 32-bit and 64-bit variations, but 64-bit is recommended.
The following frameworks are automatically installed (if necessary):
Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6.2
Microsoft Visual C++ 2010 SP1 Redistributable Package
Microsoft Visual C++ 2013 Redistributable Package
Java Development Kit 1.8
You can choose which JDK is used for building and running locally via the Edit > Preferences menu item in the Desktop Modeler.
If you want to use TortoiseSVN in combination with the Desktop Modeler, download the latest version 1.7.x from Sourceforge.
3 Team Server
The Team Server is implemented using Subversion, and the Modeler uses the HTTPS protocol to communicate with that server. To access the Team Server from within the Desktop Modeler, the network at your location needs the following settings:
The HTTPS port (TCP 443) needs to be open
The HTTP port (TCP 80) needs to be open
WebDAV (verbs within the HTTP protocol) needs to be enabled on the proxy server (if any)
4 Web Modeler
The Mendix Web Modeler is optimized for use with Google Chrome. While Chrome is the officially supported browser, you can also use the Web Modeler with other popular browsers like Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Microsoft Edge.
5.1 Operating System
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 SP2 and above
Debian 8 (Jessie) and above
Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7
CentOS 6, CentOS 7
5.2 Web Server
Microsoft Internet Information Services 7 and above
Nginx (tested with versions included in Debian Jessie and Debian Jessie Backports)
5.3 Database Server
IBM DB2 11.1
MariaDB 5.5, 10.0, 10.1
Microsoft SQL Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017
MySQL 5.5, 5.6, 5.7
Oracle Database 11g Release 2, 12c Release 1
PostgreSQL 9.2, 9.3, 9.4, 9.5, 9.6, 10
When running Mendix on a server, you will need Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 8. To download JREs, see Java SE Downloads.
There is an issue since Java 7 that causes timeouts when using web services with a certain amount of data. You can circumvent this issue by adding the VM params -Djava.net.preferIPv4Stack=true. The Mendix Desktop Modeler will do this for you, but if you are running Mendix on premises on a Windows server, you will need to do this yourself.
For more information about this issue, see HotSpot (64bit server) hangs on socket read (JVM 1.7 bug?) – updated and Possible Bug in Java 7.
5.5 Application Server
Jetty is built into the Mendix Runtime, so an application server is not required.
6.1 Desktop Browsers
Microsoft Internet Explorer 11
6.2 Mobile Browsers
iOS 9 and above (Safari)
Android 5.0 and above
Windows Phone 8 and above
7 Mobile Operating Systems
This is important for the Mendix Mobile app:
iOS 9 and above
Android 5.0 and above
MxBuild is a Windows and Linux command-line tool that can be used to build a Mendix Deployment Package. See MxBuild for more information.
8.1 Mendix Version 7.1 & Above
Mono v4.6.x or .NET v4.6.2
8.2 Mendix Version 6 & Version 7.0.2
Mono v3.1.0 or .NET v4.5