Video tutorials for you to explore
the resources of Cronapp

Videos with information and practical tips to help developers mastering the system functionalities

Created for beginners and advanced users.

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Relating classes on the data diagram

Today’s tip teaches you how to generate relations on diagrams created using Cronapp.

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Changing the ID of a class

Today’s tip teaches you how to change the ID of a class.

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Adding items to the menu

Learn how to add items to the menu of an application fast and easy.

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How to load your project to Github

Those that use Github can load their projects created on the repository to the Cronapp’s platform at ease.

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Ordering elements in any VIEW

Learn how to bring ordered elements into your screen.

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Grouping data in data sources

Today we bring to you a tip to understand how to group data in data sources.

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How to reverse engineer

Editing the heading of a VIEW.


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How to generate a layer of persistent data

Today’s tip is for you to learn how to generate a layer of persistent data.

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How to generate a CRUD view

The CRUD operations are relevant in interfaces for uses of many levels.

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How to create versions of a code for Github

In larger development projects, the files of reference must be closed and later published for every delivery. This process is called version creation.

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How to use Cronapp’s event function

How to use Cronapp’s event function.




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How to back up your projects

How to be sure our data will be always safe and available?



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Editing the heading of a view

On today’s tip, learn how to edit the heading of a view using the native resources of cronapp.

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Applying reverse engineering to the data bank

Reverse engineering is the process of discovering the technological principles and inner workings of a system.

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How to generate a prototype

Prototyping is the faster and most economic way of defining and experimenting a project.

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