Oracle University announces Siebel Open UI 2-day training

OU announces a Siebel Open UI 2-day training.

ImageThis course teaches you about the new Siebel Open UI architecture, how Siebel repository and metadata are made available to the browser client and how to use the new client-side, JavaScript application programming interface (API). Expert Oracle instructors demonstrate how to use the new architecture through a series of examples. Please note that this course does not teach JavaScript, CSS, or HTML. It’s recommended that students with a background in Siebel Tools who do not have web development experience, attend with a person who has experience in JavasScript, CSS, and HTML.

Learn To:

  • Customize the Presentation Model (PM).
  • Customize the Physical Renderer (PR).
  • Debug your extensions.
  • Customize themes and cascading style sheets.
  • Customize Open UI desktop and mobile applications.

Introduction to Siebel Open UI

The class begins by explaining the new Siebel Open UI framework and its benefits and features. It then explains the overall architecture through lectures and hands-on activities.

Customize the Open UI Client

This section of the course explains the details of customizing through examples of customizing the manifest files (how files tie together), the presentation model (how to apply client-side logic) and the physical renderer (how to change the way the data is presented to the users). You’ll also explore debugging techniques.

Apply Styling

Next, you’ll learn the steps involved in changing the overall look and feel of the application using cascading style sheets, which are grouped into themes. Once themes are created, you can individually select the theme of your choosing.

Implementing Mobile Customizations

The final section of this training course discusses how to implement customizations for mobile devices.

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