The author provides an easy-to-follow tutorial and user's guide that works in conjunction with product documentation to get both beginning and experienced users off to the fastest possible start with this latest release of InfoMaker. Topics covered include Infomaker Basics, from concepts and installation to customization of the program, Infomaker Painters and how to choose the right one for the job, planning your InfoMaker project and conforming to standards and guidelines, navigating the environment and working with databases and data types, building and modifying forms, producing customized reports and much more. InfoMaker 5 Professional Reference is beneficial not only to InfoMaker users, but also to PowerBuilder developers who must support InfoMaker applications. The book contains a description and examples of form styles, functions, and libraries of objects which can be used between the two environments.
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A must-have book for InfoMaker and PowerBuilder developers.
This practical introductory to intermediate discussion of Powersoft’s InfoMaker 5.0 details how to build an application while at the same time explaining why and when to perform specific tasks. The book, InfoMaker 5.0: A Guide to Developing Client-Server Applications, focuses on the beginning to intermediate level computer user who has a basic familiarity with InfoMaker. This book works in conjunction with the InfoMaker product manuals. It is tailored to assist beginning InfoMaker users get up to speed quickly and understand how and why the product works the way it does. Intermediate users will find helpful suggestions, tips, and detailed examples on how best to optimize InfoMaker’s many features, resulting in increased productivity. The book builds an application in a step-by-step manner, and when finished, the reader has a complete working application that can be used daily. This book is beneficial not only to InfoMaker users, but also to PowerBuilder developers who must support InfoMaker applications. It contains a description and examples of form styles, functions, and libraries of objects which can be used between the two environments. InfoMaker 5: A Guide to Developing Client-Server Applications covers in detail each of the painters available in InfoMaker in the logical sequence they are accessed when building an application. This book explains what InfoMaker is and how to install it, along with a brief discussion of special words used throughout the book to help non-technical people understand the jargon. Procedures to optimize and customize the InfoMaker environment, and some of the naming conventions and planning ideas to use that make ongoing development and maintenance easier are discussed. This book explains what and how to use a data source, and the types of situations a reporting style should be used. By the time the reader finishes InfoMaker 5: A Guide to Developing Client-Server Applications, s/he will understand exactly how to optimize their productivity with InfoMaker. For a sample chapter, readers are welcome to visit www.rrv.net/roseen.
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Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070539995
Book Description Computing Mcgraw-Hill, 1997. Paperback. Book Condition: New. New item. Bookseller Inventory # QX-003-59-5784005