Upskill your OutSystems Traditional Web experience and dive into the fundamentals of Reactive Apps.
Boost your OutSystems career while diving into the fundamentals of OutSystems Reactive Apps
The Reactive for OutSystems Developers is a 3-day instructor-led program diving into specific concepts of Reactive Web Apps.
Our skilled, certified Trainers will explain in detail how reactive apps work and how they differ from Traditional Web Apps. The course’s curriculum focuses on concepts like UI design and development, screen logic, and security.
OutSystems Reactive Foundations
The OutSystems Reactive Foundations module is a mix between theoretical presentations and hands-on exercises where OutSystems Development Core features will be taught. This module will be supported by the OutSystems Developer Online Class with several tasks to be done in self-study and a trainer available in the classes to help and support participants. Synchronous sessions will have complementary presentations and exercises to put in practice your knowledge. In the end of the module a technical assessment is performed.
The Reactive for OutSystems Developers program is specifically designed for certified OutSystems Traditional Web Developers looking to expand their knowledge into Reactive Web.
What do you need?
Your laptop with Service Studio installed. A few days before the Boot Camp, you will receive detailed instructions with all the information you need.
Although there are no mandatory prerequisites, for a smoother and more complete learning experience we recommend following the OutSystems Overview online course, before attending this training. It takes approximately 45 minutes to watch the 7 short online videos.
Why is this program relevant?
OutSystems reactive web applications take advantage of modern web features. Unlike server-side rendered apps, reactive web reacts to any user interaction, scaling much better under heavy loads and leading to a smoother user experience.
Enrolling in this program will help you explore this approach and take on reactive web projects.