One of our client based in US needed a crash course (training) on Cross Platform Mobile Application development using SenchaTocuh2.0 for front end and Ruby on Rails as backend, this is the first of its kind, we at Vmoksha Technologies Pvt ltd. conducting technology training to our customers as a service offering. The main reason I took up this assignment was, the client for whom the training is specially designed hailed from business development background wanted to start his mobility company and he shown lot of passion for technology which impressed me a lot.
Since I am taking most of the sessions for him except RoR which my colleague is taking, I wanted to conduct the same session separately to our internal groups with few extra technical tracks i.e. NancyFx & RavenDB on top of Ruby on Rails. In order to make the training interactive, we came up with a case study application called “What’s Going On?” which I will talk about in my next post.
I will be blogging my each sessions here with source codes. Following is our training flyer published to our internal resources to get the nominations.
4 ~ 6 weeks Internal Training on Cross Platform Mobile & Tablet Application Development using Sencha Touch 2.0, RoR/NancyFx, Sqlite/RavenDB
We are conducting a crash course, Internal training (15 session, 2 hr per session) on Cross Platform Mobile & Tablet Application Development using Sencha Touch 2.0, RoR/NancyFx, Sqlite/RavenDB. The targeted audience are developers & UX engineers. This is a great opportunity to learn lot of stuff in 4~6 weeks of time line. This course will start from this Friday, 3rd August and will continue every alternate days. The entire session is designed to be interactive through a case study application called “Whats going on”, A full-fledged concept application to bring city(can be even a corporate) local events into smart phones and tablets using popular open source cross platform mobile hybrid application development Framework “SenchaTouch2.0“. The Server side part of the application will be in two tracks “Ruby On Rails” & Nancy (a Sinatra port of .NET to develop RESTful Services). The Database used for this application will be in two flavours Relational & Schema less aka NoSql (RavenDB a document database written completely in C# by Ayende @ Rahien).
What one can (will) learn from this training (i.e. Frameworks, Tools & Technology, Concepts, Design Principles). The below one is just a partial list…