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  • Basic Development in OutSystems
    In this module, we will take the hands of those who have no idea of development, or even those who have knowledge of other languages/technologies and bring this knowledge into the OutSystems platform. We will teach you from the absolute zero until you can move on to the following modules already having a good idea of the entire platform, being able to follow all the intermediate/advanced content without getting extremely lost.
  • multi-tenant
    A single application server and a database server provide each client with its own separate set of features. Screens and business logic applications that are shared, but data and end users are kept separate.
  • Architecture in Practice
    In this module an application is built that presents validation rules to ensure that its architecture has been correctly designed, a generic service-oriented architecture, a microservices-style implementation and different architectural patterns that reflect best practices.
  • SQL From Zero To Hero
    In this module an application is built that presents that makes it possible to understand the purpose of each component that makes up a database, making it possible to create data storage.
  • Audit Module
    In this module an Audit application is built, with the purpose of auditing all system functions, such as creating histories, event logs.
  • Debugging in Practice
    In this class, we will build a simple application to register the guests of a “game/reality show”. During all stages of development, we will activate the “debug” of the platform to explore all the possibilities of the feature and follow what happens at each stage of the execution flows.
  • creating a game
    In this class, a simple word guessing game will be built in OutSystems. During construction, you will be able to learn about various features and functions that the platform offers.
  • Timers in OutSystems
    The purpose of this module is to make clear the use of timers. The module explains what timers are, describes some case examples where they can be useful, and shows how to use, edit and monitor them in practice. For the test, an application is created that calculates taxes, and from this example, not only the operation is shown, but also important concepts when using and testing timers.
  • rest
    This module explains the REST pattern used in remote APIs. The student will learn about the meaning and usage of each HTTP verb, as well as the meaning of each request status. In addition to the theoretical concept, an API is made available for testing, and an application is created for the consumption of this API, going through several important concepts when referring to API consumption, such as authentication, analysis, API adjustments in the Service Center, and customization of Rest. In addition to API consumption, so that the concepts are well absorbed, the student will have the opportunity to be guided through a step-by-step guide to creating an authenticated API to be used in an inventory system.
  • Web - External Databases
    In this module, the student will have the opportunity to learn a way to increase the capacity of an application, through integration with an external database.
  • Events in OutSystems (Event-Driven Paradigm)
    This module aims to explain how an application communicates events within the application and how it reacts to these events. In addition, the module talks about system event types and custom events.
  • HTML import
    This module aims to present the possibility of importing/translating a ready-made HTML application for the OutSystems platform in Visual Studio with simple copy and paste commands. In addition, the module features some CSS, styling, and customization features
  • lists in memory
    This module aims to explain the concept and use of lists in memories. The student will learn how to create and use lists that are stored in the computer's memory while the user's session is active. The module teaches the use of in-memory lists, with the creation of an application with a shopping cart. In the application, a list of products is created on screen and a shopping cart, which is manipulated by user actions, that is, it will be possible to add and remove products from the cart. The application also implements a list showing the products that have been added to the cart, with a button to delete the product if desired.
  • Integration Studio
    What will we do? We are going to use another powerful IDE from the OutSystems Platform, focused on the backend and with extensibility to other technologies. We'll see how the code works behind the scenes.
  • OutSystems UI
    In this module, I will teach you what OutSystems UI - Native Components is and how you can use these components and the added benefits when working with the platform's native widgets. These components are not from Forge.
  • Rules and Permissions
    In this module I will teach you how to create applications with hierarchical levels of access with OutSystems. Very used in large corporations to access multi-level applications such as manager, collaborator, intern.
  • BPT Business Process Technology
    In this module I will teach you how to build a BPT business process, a concept widely used in almost every system you know and use. We will create an application and implement automatic processes, going from basic knowledge to advanced and implementation scenarios.
  • Reactive Application (reactive in OS)
    In this module I will teach you how to create reactive applications within OutSystems. We are going to create a system for users to review their stays in rental properties. In addition to the tenant user, we will also have the owner's profile, which in turn will be able to register their properties in the system and make them available for evaluation.
  • Social Network Mobile App
    End-to-end creation of a mobile social networking app called SevenChat, allowing you to take photos, create posts, follow other users and like.
  • Service Center and Meta-Data
    Complete overview of the Service Center (Personal Environment) and how it works, from its interface to its metadata ("System" entities).
  • Migration to Reactive
    Transition exercise of an e-commerce project called SevenShop in Traditional Web to Reactive, following good architectural and security practices in both server-side and client-side contexts and using a phased transition strategy.

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  • Basic Development in OutSystems
    In this module, we will take the hands of those who have no idea of development, or even those who have knowledge of other languages/technologies and bring this knowledge into the OutSystems platform. We will teach you from the absolute zero until you can move on to the following modules already having a good idea of the entire platform, being able to follow all the intermediate/advanced content without getting extremely lost.
  • multi-tenant
    A single application server and a database server provide each client with its own separate set of features. Screens and business logic applications that are shared, but data and end users are kept separate.
  • Architecture in Practice
    In this module an application is built that presents validation rules to ensure that its architecture has been correctly designed, a generic service-oriented architecture, a microservices-style implementation and different architectural patterns that reflect best practices.
  • SQL From Zero To Hero
    In this module an application is built that presents that makes it possible to understand the purpose of each component that makes up a database, making it possible to create data storage.
  • Audit Module
    In this module an Audit application is built, with the purpose of auditing all system functions, such as creating histories, event logs.
  • Debugging in Practice
    In this class, we will build a simple application to register the guests of a “game/reality show”. During all stages of development, we will activate the “debug” of the platform to explore all the possibilities of the feature and follow what happens at each stage of the execution flows.
  • creating a game
    In this class, a simple word guessing game will be built in OutSystems. During construction, you will be able to learn about various features and functions that the platform offers.
  • Timers in OutSystems
    The purpose of this module is to make clear the use of timers. The module explains what timers are, describes some case examples where they can be useful, and shows how to use, edit and monitor them in practice. For the test, an application is created that calculates taxes, and from this example, not only the operation is shown, but also important concepts when using and testing timers.
  • rest
    This module explains the REST pattern used in remote APIs. The student will learn about the meaning and usage of each HTTP verb, as well as the meaning of each request status. In addition to the theoretical concept, an API is made available for testing, and an application is created for the consumption of this API, going through several important concepts when referring to API consumption, such as authentication, analysis, API adjustments in the Service Center, and customization of Rest. In addition to API consumption, so that the concepts are well absorbed, the student will have the opportunity to be guided through a step-by-step guide to creating an authenticated API to be used in an inventory system.
  • Web - External Databases
    In this module, the student will have the opportunity to learn a way to increase the capacity of an application, through integration with an external database.
  • Events in OutSystems (Event-Driven Paradigm)
    This module aims to explain how an application communicates events within the application and how it reacts to these events. In addition, the module talks about system event types and custom events.
  • HTML import
    This module aims to present the possibility of importing/translating a ready-made HTML application for the OutSystems platform in Visual Studio with simple copy and paste commands. In addition, the module features some CSS, styling, and customization features
  • lists in memory
    This module aims to explain the concept and use of lists in memories. The student will learn how to create and use lists that are stored in the computer's memory while the user's session is active. The module teaches the use of in-memory lists, with the creation of an application with a shopping cart. In the application, a list of products is created on screen and a shopping cart, which is manipulated by user actions, that is, it will be possible to add and remove products from the cart. The application also implements a list showing the products that have been added to the cart, with a button to delete the product if desired.
  • Integration Studio
    What will we do? We are going to use another powerful IDE from the OutSystems Platform, focused on the backend and with extensibility to other technologies. We'll see how the code works behind the scenes.
  • OutSystems UI
    In this module, I will teach you what OutSystems UI - Native Components is and how you can use these components and the added benefits when working with the platform's native widgets. These components are not from Forge.
  • Rules and Permissions
    In this module I will teach you how to create applications with hierarchical levels of access with OutSystems. Very used in large corporations to access multi-level applications such as manager, collaborator, intern.
  • BPT Business Process Technology
    In this module I will teach you how to build a BPT business process, a concept widely used in almost every system you know and use. We will create an application and implement automatic processes, going from basic knowledge to advanced and implementation scenarios.
  • Reactive Application (reactive in OS)
    In this module I will teach you how to create reactive applications within OutSystems. We are going to create a system for users to review their stays in rental properties. In addition to the tenant user, we will also have the owner's profile, which in turn will be able to register their properties in the system and make them available for evaluation.
  • Social Network Mobile App
    End-to-end creation of a mobile social networking app called SevenChat, allowing you to take photos, create posts, follow other users and like.
  • Service Center and Meta-Data
    Complete overview of the Service Center (Personal Environment) and how it works, from its interface to its metadata ("System" entities).
  • Migration to Reactive
    Transition exercise of an e-commerce project called SevenShop in Traditional Web to Reactive, following good architectural and security practices in both server-side and client-side contexts and using a phased transition strategy.

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OutSystems Developer e FullStack Web Developer
Ceará, Brasil

"Eu sou formado em mecatrônica e venho estudando programação desde 2012. Desde então tenho almejado uma vaga em programação, mas nunca consegui uma oportunidade pois as vagas de programação pedem muita coisa, muitos frameworks, muitas bibliotecas, muito conhecimento em diversas linguagens, experiência e formação na área. Passei 10 anos tentando e nunca consegui, até conhecer o RafaOutSystems e a Academia RafaOutSystems."

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Elvis Sousa Brandão
OutSystems Developer e FullStack Web Developer
Ceará, Brasil

"Eu sou formado em mecatrônica e venho estudando programação desde 2012. Desde então tenho almejado uma vaga em programação, mas nunca consegui uma oportunidade pois as vagas de programação pedem muita coisa, muitos frameworks, muitas bibliotecas, muito conhecimento em diversas linguagens, experiência e formação na área. Passei 10 anos tentando e nunca consegui, até conhecer o RafaOutSystems e a Academia RafaOutSystems."

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Elvis Sousa Brandão
OutSystems Developer e FullStack Web Developer
Ceará, Brasil

"Eu sou formado em mecatrônica e venho estudando programação desde 2012. Desde então tenho almejado uma vaga em programação, mas nunca consegui uma oportunidade pois as vagas de programação pedem muita coisa, muitos frameworks, muitas bibliotecas, muito conhecimento em diversas linguagens, experiência e formação na área. Passei 10 anos tentando e nunca consegui, até conhecer o RafaOutSystems e a Academia RafaOutSystems."

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Elvis Sousa Brandão
OutSystems Developer e FullStack Web Developer
Ceará, Brasil

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