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FIGURE 10-4 The Event Details page
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FIGURE 10-5 Adding a training session
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As you perform your workouts, you ll return to the application to log your progress as each workout session is completed After you complete a specific workout session, you can check it off and enter any comments about the workout This page is shown in Figure 10-5 In order to get a better feel for dealing with larger sets of training events without having to enter all the information manually, the downloadable version of the Virtual Trainer application provides a guest account that allows anyone to log in and work with preloaded training events and individual workout sessions After logging out and logging back in using the guest account, you ll see a preloaded set of training events on the main page, shown in Figure 10-6
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At any point during your interaction with the Virtual Trainer, you can update your chosen human trainer by clicking the My Profile link in the left-hand navigation menu This takes you to a page that looks very similar to the registration page but has one additional field: Select Trainer This page is shown in Figure 10-7
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Users that have been created as trainers have access to additional pages not shown to users who are not trainers The application has an account created with userid and password jake who is a trainer Other trainer userids are andrew, and frauke, with passwords andrew and frauke, respectively The main page looks slightly different for trainer users than regular users The trainer version of the main page is shown in Figure 10-8 The differences include Additional links in the navigation menu for Add Training Event and Monitor Trainee Progress Additional columns in the table: Take action and Delete This Event
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FIGURE 10-6 Browsing multiple training events on the main page
Clicking an Edit link in the Take action column allows you to update the details of the training event Trainers can delete one or more events by clicking the checkboxes next to the events and clicking the Delete Selected Events button This will cascade the delete to remove the event from the list of events from any users who are training for it Clicking the Add Training Event link takes you to the page shown in Figure 10-9 Here trainers can fill in the details about a new event so that users can start training for it
FIGURE 10-7 The My Pro le page
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FIGURE 10-8 The main page as seen by any user who is a trainer
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Clicking the Monitor Trainee Progress link takes you to a page where you see the users who have listed you as their trainer, as shown in Figure 10-10 Clicking the View Training Sessions link next to one of the names takes you to the Events and Training Sessions for <User> page, shown in Figure 10-11, where <User> is replaced with the name of the user you have selected On this page, the trainer can offer some notes on the training sessions undertaken by the user, clicking the Update button to store those comments so the user can see them This page is actually an example of using a data table within a data table Such a design is frequently used in enterprise applications, so we will examine this page later in detail
FIGURE 10-9 The Add Training Event page
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FIGURE 10-10 The Monitor Trainee Progress page
As you complete the individual workout sessions and fill in your progress, you can click the Update Event button to update your progress in the application Your designated online trainer also has the ability to log in to the application and view your progress The online trainer will be able to provide comments or encouragement throughout your training
FIGURE 10-11 The Events and Training Sessions for <User> page
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This concludes the brief walkthrough of the Virtual Trainer application It is now time to discuss how the application was built by first describing the application requirements and then showing how the individual pages and backing technology were created
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