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Windows Workflow 3.5 Fundamentals

Course Summary

Learn how to model and implement long-running business processes that are reactive and transparent in nature using Windows Workflow Foundation


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    Course Syllabus

    Introducing Workflow
    - 1h 6m

    —Introducing WF 0m 17s
    —Reactive programs 9m 3s
    —Introducing WF 7m 20s
    —Demo: Introducing workflows and activities 11m 3s
    —Workflow runtime concepts 8m 33s
    —When a workflow must wait 8m 44s
    —Additional features 2m 52s
    —Demo: Declarative workflow modeling 11m 51s
    —What kinds of applications can I build? 5m 12s
    —Summary 1m 11s
    Programming WF With VS
    - 56m 59s

    —Programming WF with Visual Studio .NET 0m 17s
    —Outline 0m 37s
    —Visual Studio Extensions for WF 6m 52s
    —Demo: Visual Studio integration 9m 27s
    —Base activity library 2m 27s
    —Event based activities 3m 25s
    —Branching activities 1m 41s
    —Demo: Base activity library 7m 51s
    —Rule and data driven activities 6m 0s
    —Synchronization 3m 6s
    —Workflow debugger 2m 38s
    —Demo: Replicator and synchronization 11m 35s
    —Summary 1m 3s
    Activity Fundamentals
    - 1h 5m
    Workflow Runtime
    - 1h 12m
    Workflow and Services
    - 1h 20m
    State Machine Workflows
    - 44m 56s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations , Operating Systems and E-Commerce Community

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