Hi all, i’m a newbie for using clarion 11, but had skill in programming such Python, C etc. Have you know where’s the information about clarion 11 documentation, github something like that ? I don’t have a clue and found nothing in their websites.
where you’ve got Clarion installed there’s a directory called Docs that has a heap of PDF’s to browse through.
There’s also Clarionlive.com which has a heap of webinars on lots of topics.
also some references here that may help: (just search “learning Clarion”)
I am newbie to clarion and want to gain the learning into clarion, can anyone please suggest some good source or a book for learning clarion.
Currently i am using clarion 8 IDE and Clarion 6 Compiler, need help in learning clarion as i am facing some issues in development.
Is there any help support that we can get or other source for development and troubleshooting.
Hi from Australia!
I’ve recently started a non-dev role at a company who use Clarion, however I have been interested in getting a dev job for a very long time and would like to learn Clarion to try and move to a dev role in a couple years
I only heard about Clarion after coming to the new role and I have a very slim understanding of it. I do have a small degree of skill with SQL, but just hobby stuff to teach myself. The Clarion licence is far and away unaffordable for me right now, which I un…
I’m very new to Clarion coming from a VB background and it has been very difficult to try to find any resources on how to learn and how to begin using Clarion. Does anyone know any resources or books I could use or purchase to develop he Clarion program with a SQL backend. Thanks in advance
I just purchased version 11, upgrade from 5.5 I have not used in years due to it not being compatible with win7 +. I started using clarion back in the dos days which led to my first programming job with a major corporation, and of course back in the 90’s it was IBM/SQL/AS400 environment and soon I didn’t have time to focus on Clarion. I did, on that job, interface Object Oriented programming, using IBM tools, with the AS/400 using SQL to create the data files. Anyway, enough of that.
I am st…
In addition to the lessons on my blog, and the other references quoted by
@vitesse (Thanks Geoff!), you can visit Clarion Resources and Products with some links to github resources and other stuff.