Assignment on widgets has a very different studio format.

I have been going through the tutorial and the assignment given is very very different from the real studio. Maybe the assignment is of a previous version of the studio. Having a very hard time working with it. 

Hello Mohammad.

Can you say what version you are using and what video you are seeing? Maybe some screenshot of what is different.

Some videos in MasterClasses were made in older versions, but all the tutorial videos should be easy to follow.

Maybe you are mixing Traditional/Reactive/Mobile between the videos and your application?

Hello, 

Thanks for responding. I am using Outsystem Service Studio11. For example, I created a responsive module. According to the document it should have had some initial contents in the MainFlow but in my studio no initial content were automatically created. Moreover, Add Preparation is not an option in the studio but shows in the document. Likewise there are more differences like this. 

Kindly, also guide me to the link of project on Reactive app resources if I am mistaken in the type of app I am creating. 

Thanks and Regards 

Hi MOHAMMAD FAHIMUDDIN,

If you are using the Reactive Web App Template, you can find more information about this new generation of Web Apps in our forum post. On the new reactive web app template preparation do no exist, nor do they exist on the mobile app templates. For those you directly define aggregates on the screen or data fetch actions. 

Also you can follow this link https://www.outsystems.com/learn/paths/18/becoming-a-reactive-web-developer/


Thanks

MOHAMMAD FAHIMUDDIN wrote:

Hello, 

Thanks for responding. I am using Outsystem Service Studio11. For example, I created a responsive module. According to the document it should have had some initial contents in the MainFlow but in my studio no initial content were automatically created. Moreover, Add Preparation is not an option in the studio but shows in the document. Likewise there are more differences like this. 

Kindly, also guide me to the link of project on Reactive app resources if I am mistaken in the type of app I am creating. 

Thanks and Regards 

Looks like you are using reactive and watching the video for Traditional web, the reactive one doesn't have an option for preparation

check the videos and follow the one appropriated for your case:

for reactive: https://www.outsystems.com/learn/paths/18/becoming-a-reactive-web-developer/

for traditional web: https://www.outsystems.com/learn/courses/114/developing-web-apps-outsystems-11/


cheers

Carlos Lessa




MOHAMMAD FAHIMUDDIN wrote:

Hello, 

Thanks for responding. I am using Outsystem Service Studio11. For example, I created a responsive module. According to the document it should have had some initial contents in the MainFlow but in my studio no initial content were automatically created. Moreover, Add Preparation is not an option in the studio but shows in the document. Likewise there are more differences like this. 

Kindly, also guide me to the link of project on Reactive app resources if I am mistaken in the type of app I am creating. 

Thanks and Regards 

This reads like you created the application based on the Reactive Web Application template rather than the Traditional Web Application template.



Hello.

Youn said it all. A Reactive module can't have a Preparation. You are seeing Traditional Web videos and using Reactive applications.


There are 3 main ways of developing in OutSystems

Reactive

https://www.outsystems.com/learn/paths/18/becoming-a-reactive-web-developer/

Mobile

https://www.outsystems.com/learn/paths/1/becoming-a-mobile-developer/

Traditional

https://www.outsystems.com/learn/paths/2/becoming-a-traditional-web-developer/


If you follow the paths, the videos will all be for the same type of app.


Reactive and Mobile have quite the same logic, while Traditional is closer to the old way of doing things (still low code, but with a different mindset)


For beginners, I thing Traditional is easier, but if you are planning on also doing Mobile soon, go with Reactive. It's best to learn one way than two.