About This Guide
The Servoy Programming Guide describes the concepts of the Servoy platform and covers the the most important topics related to development of Solutions using the Servoy platform.
For detailed documentation on each class and object, see the Reference Guide.
For information on how to use the Servoy Developer IDE, see the Developer User Guide.
How to Use This Book
Who Is It For
This guide is for both new and experienced Servoy developers as well as developers who are considering Servoy, as this guide explains the design principles behind the Servoy platform, discussed the anatomy of a Servoy solution and introduces the key concepts that relate to development of solutions using Servoy.
While creating powerful applications using the Servoy platform is as straight forward as it can be, general experience in programming (in any language) will definitely help getting up to speed in Servoy. Specific area's of knowledge that can be handy within Servoy, but are by no means required in order to get started with the creation of applications in Servoy are:
- Knowledge of Object Oriented Programming
- Basic knowledge of SQL
In This Guide
- Servoy Design Principles
- Servoy Concepts
- Working with Data
- Defining a Data Model
- Business logic
- Solution Model
- Windows and Dialogs
- Modular Development
- Implementing Audit Logging
- Implementing Security
- Internationalization - I18N
- Client type specifics
- Working with Dates (and timezones)
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