Whether you are a beginning programmer or an experienced hack, learning to program with the Magic Software uniPaaS Application Platform is pretty exciting because of the way the application platform allows you to focus on the application design and business logic rather than on the underlying architecture and housekeeping tasks normally associated with programming. With uniPaaS you can create anything from mobile apps to cloud applications and of course standard client-server software as well.
Magic Software has provided about 1000 sample programs with the application platform to help illustrate all of the capabilities of the platform and make it easier for you to create your own programs.
The sample programs included with uniPaaS are installed in the SampleProjects folder.
Rich Internet Demo: Many of you have seen the Magic Software Rich Internet Demo that is comprised of several applications running in rich client mode. This means they are browser-free, require no plug-in and yet run via the Internet with full connectivity to the server. You can use this platform to create your own cloud or on-premise applications and the RIA demo helps illustrate what’s possible in very basic easy-to-understand samples. The project containing all of the sample programs of the live RIA demo is available at http://riademo.magicsoftware.com and the mobile RIA demo examples can be found at http://riademo.magicsoftware.com/mobile
Online Samples: A set of online (client/server) examples for multiple client/server ‘how to’ scenarios that are described in the book: Mastering uniPaaS.
Rich Internet Samples: A set of Rich Internet examples for many rich client ‘how to’ scenarios that are described in the book: Mastering uniPaaS.
Mobile Web Samples: Web templates based on HTML Merge technology for mobile devices.
.NET Tutorial: A short tutorial with examples explaining how to use .NET in uniPaaS.
All the projects are available with their source code, so you can use them in your applications.
In addition, to the samples you also have access to the complete resources of Magic Software University. You can also easily download a self-paced course for creating business applications. And for those adventurous programmers who are looking for an excuse to come to “the OC” in sunny California this November we offer uniPaaS courses in our classroom in Laguna Hills, California. Upcoming courses include:
07-9 Nov, 2011 Migration from eDeveloper V9.4 to uniPaaS Open Client
11 Nov, 2011 .NET Components Unleashed with uniPaaS Applications