Developer Direct Code Academy Starts July 18

By: Tim DelChiaro

Abstract: APAC region free online training sessions on BaaS with RAD Studio

Developer Direct ONLINE

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When we build our applications, there are a number of common services that each require: 
- Storage for managing App data
- User Management/Authentication for security 
- Push Notifications to engage users

Instead of continually implementing these services for each application that we create, why not just enable these services and access them through a common API? By reusing, Project Teams will be able to place a much higher emphasis on the quality and usability of the application and simply turn on the specific services that they require. This short course will provide developers with an understanding of BaaS and via the use of Kinvey (a BaaS implementation), we will implement these services in both VCL and FireMonkey Applications. 

Developers who participated and who have allotted an hour of their time each week will be formally recognised. A certificate of completion will be offered to those who attend all four (4) sessions!

If you would like to learn how to get easy access to common services in the cloud without having to build or maintain the backend services yourself, then this first Code Academy short course is for you.

This webinar is held every week on Friday, commencing on the 18th July.


9.30-10.30am, Bangalore, Mumbai 
11am – 12pm, Jakarta 
12pm -1pm, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Manila 
2.-3pm- Sydney, Melbourne 
4-5pm- Auckland, Christchurch 


Dates and sessions:

Session #1: 18 July
An overview of BaaS and the services it provides. Sign up for Kinvey and introduce the components that will be required to consume these BaaS services in RAD Studio.

Session #2: 25 July
Cloud Based Storage: how to store and manage your application data in Kinvey. 

Session #3: 1 August
User Management: How to create users and authenticate them to use your application.

Session #4: 8 August
Push Notifications: Engage your users through in-App notifications and how to build your own custom notifications.


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