Last month I announced two new training courses: Fluid 1 and Fluid 2. We ran these courses at the end of September. For those of you that weren't able to attend the September session, we scheduled another series for October:
- Fluid 1: October 23 @ 9 AM Pacific (Register Now)
- Fluid 2: October 25 @ 9 AM Pacific (Register Now)
Both sessions run for 2 days from 9 AM Pacific until 4 PM Pacific. The first course, Fluid 1, is a course designed for developers, architects, designers, and system analysts, and focuses on the basics of Fluid development. The point is to make students productive as fast as possible. Through hands-on activities, students will learn the basics of Fluid development including Fluid user interface configurations and best practices for page development. There is no extra fluff in this course. Students will learn how to build Fluid pages without having to become web development experts.
The second course, Fluid 2, teaches developers the techniques used by Oracle and modern web developers to build both responsive and adaptive user experiences through Fluid. This course is definitely level 2. Students will learn advanced topics such as how to use modern CSS frameworks for responsive design and how to create dynamic tiles for intelligent homepages.
Prerequisites? Experience. The entry requirements for Fluid 1 are intentionally low. The first half, day one, will be in the browser. No PeopleTools experience is required to use a browser. System analysts will benefit greatly from this half of the course. The second half, day two, is exclusively in Application Designer. In day two, students will build Fluid pages using Application Designer. Experience building Classic pages, records, and components is required. I have found there are a lot of non-developers with experience building and examining Classic pages, records, and components. That qualifies.
Students attending Fluid 2 are expected to have experience building Classic and Fluid pages in PeopleTools as well as experience working with Records, Fields, and PeopleCode.
Normally PeopleTools 1, PeopleTools 2, and PeopleCode would be prerequisites for learning Fluid. This is true. Anyone learning Fluid should have this experience. But often I find that people with relevant experience avoid registering for courses because they haven’t checked a specific training requirement box. Do not discount your on the job training experience.
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Here are the full course abstracts:
Fluid 1Technology Overview
- Why Fluid? Learn the history and purpose of Fluid
- Fluid banner
- Navigation bar
- Fluid homepages (also known as Landing pages)
- Transaction pages
- Understanding Fluid homepages
- Hands on: Personalizing Fluid homepages
- Hands on: Creating and managing personal and public Fluid homepages
- Hands on: Managing Fluid system settings
- Hands on: Creating and managing Fluid dashboards
- Understanding the role of the Portal Registry in Fluid homepages
- Understanding Tiles and the Tile Repository
- Hands on: Creating tiles
- Hands on: Managing Fluid Attributes of Content References
- Hands on: Creating tiles with the Tile Wizard
- Understanding the role of the Portal Registry in Fluid tiles
- Understand the differences between Classic and Fluid
- Learn key design concepts such as Phone-first, Responsive, and Adaptive design and how they relate to Fluid
- Hands on: Creating Fluid page definitions (standard and two-column)
- Hands on: Using page and field Fluid-specific attributes
- Understanding Fluid components
- Hands on: Creating Fluid components
- Hands on: Configuring Fluid Content References
- Understand Fluid search options
- Hands on: Implement real-time Component search through Pivot Grids
- Hands on: Implement real-time Component search through custom search Pages
- Hands on: Implement keyword Component search through the Search Framework
Fluid 2Advanced Fluid Page Design
- Understand the role of CSS in Fluid and responsive design
- Hands on: Working with different Fluid page types
- Hands on: Using Oracle-delivered Fluid CSS classes
- Understanding CSS Flexbox
- Hands on: Creating custom CSS classes
- Hands on: Using CSS frameworks
- Hands on: Using Fluid adaptive design with subpages
- Learn about and use Fluid-specific PeopleCode functions, design patterns, and best practices
- Hands on: Creating static and dynamic tiles using a variety of technologies
- Hands on: Dynamic tiles and the Tile Wizard
- Understand delivered Fluid managed definitions, the building blocks of Fluid
- Understand Fluid metadata such as Tile Wizard metadata
- Hands on: Learn how to extend delivered Fluid components without changing Oracle’s code
These are excellent classes. If you are on fluid or plan on moving to fluid shortly I would greatly suggest you take these.
@Larry, thank you. I appreciate the feedback.
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