NFE112 – NetForum Enterprise Advanced Toolkit for NetForum Enterprise 2017

This one day course is intended for students that have previously taken NetForum Toolkit training and will introduce the basics of the new NetForum UI designer. It coves basic foundational concepts and students will perform hands-on exercises to build a new profile form, add different types of widgets to the profile form, interacting with classic pop-up forms, and switching between classic and new UI.

Course Level: Advanced
Instructional Method: Group Live
Duration: One-Day Class

Prerequisites:

  • NFE101 – NetForum Enterprise Data Model and NFE102 – NetForum Enterprise Developer Toolkit are prerequisites for this course.
  • Understanding of relational databases is needed.
  • Understanding of toolkit (façade object, classic form designer, child forms, profile forms, etc.) is essential.

Desired but not required Skills:

  • Understanding of Transact SQL is helpful but not absolutely essential.
  • C# programming is not required, but helpful.

Class is held from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.

NFE102 – NetForum Enterprise Developer Toolkit

This two-day course teaches the student the basics of the NetForum’s Developer Toolkit. Working your way through a series of hands-on exercises, you will build NetForum Objects, Forms, and eWeb pages. You will create new database tables and extender columns.

Students will both build new functionality and learn best practices on how to modify and extend baseline functionality. The instructor will explain and perform each step, and you will follow along and do the work yourself, on your own set of tables.

Please Note: this class does NOT cover new 2017 MVC features.

Course Level: Advanced
Instructional Method: Group Live
Duration: Two-Day Class

Prerequisites: Data Model Training is co-requisite for this course. If you take Toolkit Training, then you should take Data Model Training as well. It does not matter which order you take the courses in.

Understanding of relational databases is needed.

Understanding of Transact SQL is helpful but not absolutely essential.

You will write some basic T-SQL Select statements in this training. The more you know about NetForum from the user perspective, the better, but even a NetForum beginner can still take this course. HTML knowledge is helpful but not essential.

Class is held from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm.