Introduction to ThingWorx 6.5 Training

Pretoria, P1 Office

Overview
Course Code TRN-4491-T
Course Length 5 Days

In this course, you will learn how to use ThingWorx to model applications that communicate with smart, connected things. You will model your solution using things, thing shapes, and thing templates. Then, you
will combine those elements into mashups (Web pages). You will add functionality to your things using properties, services, events, and subscriptions to automate tasks and communicate with external data sources. You
will store information in data tables, streams, and files, as well as gain experience using data shapes. You will also learn about security and how to apply it to your model. Lastly, you will receive a brief overview of how to create a
user dashboard. This course is applicable to ThingWorx 5.0 and higher. All features taught in this course apply to ThingWorx 5.0 with the exception of Value Stream functionality, which is applicable to ThingWorx 5.1 and higher;
Dashboard functionality, which is applicable to ThingWorx 5.2 and higher; Persistence provider extensions, which is applicable to ThingWorx 6.0 and higher; Restrictions on using ?method=post in REST API calls, which
is applicable to ThingWorx 6.0 and higher; The option to use a ProsgreSQL-based database, which is applicable to ThingWorx 6.5 and higher.

Course Objectives
• Use ThingWorx as a development platform
• Create thing shapes, thing templates, and things
• Use properties, services, events, and subscriptions
• Understand the different methods for acquiring external data
• Use data shapes, data tables, and streams
• Create mashups using widgets, services, and events
• Understand and apply security features
• Create a user dashboard
Prerequisites
• Knowledge of scripting technologies (preferably JavaScript) is essential
• Basic knowledge of object-oriented programming concepts such as inheritance, services, properties, and events is essential
• Basic knowledge of installing and configuring Apache Tomcat Web server is recommended
• Basic understanding of model-based development is recommended
Audience
• This course is intended for business development professionals, subject matter experts and developers, and model/content and UI/UX developers. People in related roles will also benefit from taking this course.

Event Date: 
Monday, November 27, 2017 - 08:30 to Friday, December 1, 2017 - 16:30