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HanDBase programming

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I work for a pharmacy where pharmacist use PDA for their day to day data entry work. The PDA currently runs HanDBase application which has been created by a third party vendor.

However we are facing issues with PDA's not syncing some times, random data loss etc issues.
On the back of this we are looking to replace the PDAs with Apple ipads. We want to keep using Handbase.
Now I am a programmer myself and would like to know about how to program Handbase on ipads.
Can you please give me detailed info about how  to-
program in Handbase
any tutorials i can read
what is the level of complexity involved in programming etc.
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