Oracle WebCenter Sites 12c for Developers Ed 2 Course Overview

Enroll for Oracle WebCenter Sites 12c for Developers Ed 2 training course from Koenig Solutions accredited by Oracle. This course will provide you with the skills you need to successfully implement WebCenter Sites. You will learn how to perform the developer responsibilities for using the WebCenter Sites content management features and related rendering frameworks for building websites.
 
By attending this course, you will have the opportunity to create effective user interfaces for content contributions, manage users, roles and access permissions for a content management site, and develop and implement a rendering model with the appropriate caching strategy. You will learn how to improve your company's web presence with the new features of Oracle WebCenter 12c, such as A / B testing and visitor services.
 
 

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Your will learn:

Module 1: Introduction to Oracle WebCenter Sites 12c
  • Explaining Concept of Web Experience Management
  • Identifying Components of the Product Architecture
  • Defining WebCenter Sites Terminology
  • Distinguishing Different Types of WebCenter Sites Users
  • Identifying the User Interfaces available with WebCenter Sites
  • Describing the Tasks Performed with each Interface
  • Defining the Users who work with each Interface
  • Creating a CM site in WebCenter Sites 12c
  • Creating Users in the WEM Interface
  • Discussing User Authentication and Authorization
  • Creating and Assigning Roles in the WEM Interface
  • Designing Content Model
  • Discussing Assets and Asset Types
  • Explaining the Page Asset Type
  • Describing Asset Relationships
  • Defining the Asset Types in a Flex Family
  • Discussing Core Asset Types
  • Configuring and Using Tree Tabs
  • Defining Start Menu Items
  • Describing Attribute Editors
  • Discussing URL Management
  • Discussing Publishing Methods
  • Examining RealTime Publishing Architecture
  • Explaining the Approval Process
  • Discussing the Lifecycle of Publishing Content Assets
  • Describing Site Capture Functionality
  • Exploring the Main Asset Models
  • Examining the Flex Asset Model
  • Discussing the Use of Flex Filters
  • Introducing Proxy Assets
  • Describing Tools and Utilities for Developers
  • Configuring and Using WebCenter Sites Developer Tools
  • Examining the Property Management Tool
  • Describing Site Design Asset Types
  • Explaining the Purpose of Rendering Frameworks
  • Defining and Contrasting 12c Development Methodologies
  • Describing WebCenter Sites Programming Objects
  • Creating Templates for Building a Website
  • Invoking Other Templates and Elements
  • Retrieving and Rendering Asset Data
  • Building Links to Content
  • Creating Code for Rendering Images
  • Generating Navigational Components
  • Discussing Requirements for In-Context Editing
  • Coding for In-Context Content Editing
  • Coding for In-Context Presentation Editing
  • Coding for In-Context Content Creation
  • Defining Resultset Caching
  • Discussing Architectural Overview of Page Caching
  • Explaining Cache Criteria
  • Explaining Compositional Dependencies
  • Working with Embedded Pagelets
  • Discussing Prerequisites for Developers
  • Explaining Key Concepts for Mobile Delivery
  • Configuring Mobility Features
  • Discussing Concepts of A/B Testing
  • Understanding the Lifecycle of A/B tests
  • Explaining the Developer Tasks for A/B tests
  • Describing how Visitor Services are used by Marketers
  • Explaining the Developer Tasks with Visitor Services
  • Discussing the Visitor Services Architecture
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Course Prerequisites

Basic knowledge of html, Basic knowledge of Java, Basic knowledge of JSP, Web development experience

Audience:
  • Administrator
  • Developer
  • Implementer

Upon completion of this course; you will be able to:

  • Configure aspects of the user interfaces based on user roles and permissions
  • Create and manage a content management site in Oracle WebCenter Sites 12c
  • Describe the new Development Constructs introduced in Oracle WebCenter Sites 12c
  • Develop templates and element code by using WebCenter Sites custom JSP tag libraries
  • Discuss the new functionality introduced in Oracle WebCenter Sites 12c
  • Produce a fully functional website
  • Understand the building of custom asset types and a content model

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