Tiago has degrees in Psychology and Computer Sciences, and was a lecturer at the University. Has been an instructor for 10+ years in: programming, electronics, and video gaming. Joined ITUp in 2019.
When including forms in applications, developers often wonder if they need to re-validate data on the server side after having checked it on the client. Why go to the trouble of checking the data twice?
In some situations, we need to show specific data in a table row or a list item that might not be directly related to the data we are using on the aggregate.
One common architecture issue when people start learning OutSystems is using entities' CRUD actions in multiple places.
I can assure you I have never worked with a software development tool as powerful and as easy to learn as Outsystems.